VinylJitsu t1_iujpyyf wrote

Bananas and grapes produce very few to no seeds at all. The specific example I gave, Round-up Ready soy beans, are seeds that grow plants that grow seeds that DON'T grow plants. In other words, you have to buy seeds from Monstanto every time you re-plant.


VinylJitsu t1_iujoczr wrote

No, selective breeding does not count. GMOs are above and beyond selective breeding, we're talking about "completely immune to glyphosate and unable to produce fertile seeds" levels of modification. These modifications are made by literal gene edition.