We know that 93% of Americans have pesticides in their bloodstreams. We know that the necessary use of pesticides in GMO crop propagation can result in direct harm to all plants and animals. These include farmworkers, bees and other beneficial insects, beneficial plants, pets and children.
In the last few years Scotts and Monsanto partnered to produce Roundup® Ready grass. Now homeowners and golf course owners can grow GMO lawns like a Big Ag Boss. GMO lawn grass is not a human food crop and therefore exempt from environmental studies. More GMO grasses are coming into the market, and GMO seeds and pollen will contaminate and infiltrate non-GMO landscapes. Consider that grazing animals could soon be eating GMO grasses.