I suggest you visit the continent of Africa and observe the poverty in the majority of countries there, you clueless antifood crusader. Better to nurture "Mother Earth" and let the people starve is your credo I suspect.
Uh, you want to follow the lead of the Europeans who started 2 World Wars ( and basically wiped out the male population of those generations) and genetically produced Marxxxxxx and Hittttler?
Well now, the Dr. put his money where his mouth was...........I doubt any opponents on this board will match it. If so bring it..........heh.
Uh, I suggest you check out today's USDA crop report. 14 billion bushels of corn produced. As for the sb, I agree, there is no yield difference at this point in time. But corn has doubled in yield in the last 40 years. It is common around here to routinely get over 200 bushels of corn per acre every year (when the wind doesnt knock it down). Thats allllllllll.
Since you call Americans "dumb" I assume you do not include yourself as an American. What country do YOU claim citizenship in?
Millions? You do realize when you make a claim of "millions" it had better come to fruition? Or you look like Josef Goebbels great grandson reincarnate as far as credibiltiy. . In other words::::::::::::::Something close, near, or adjacent to how many really show up. Guess we will see, wont we?
"Fewer seeds needed to increase yield" Not sure I agree with that part. (depends on the crop you are discussing). Corn seeding rate on my farm is now 36000 seeds per acre (30 inch rows). Used to be several thousand less per acre.. As far as sb, (soybeans) yes the seeding rate recommended by the seed dealer has decreased by about 10%.
Monsanto also bought "Precision Planting". Newer ractors pulling planters now use GPS. No markers needed, the tractor steers itself, except on turns (as far as I can discern), and the planter shuts off temporarily with 6 inches of the endrows. Thus avoiding seed overlap.
Juan, I appreciate your input on this. I remember the "lost decade" (the first decade of the new millenia, 2000-2009. In which the S and P 500 basically broke even for that time period. And another big decline (like the two we had in the 2000s) could occur again, or at least a 10% correction which is overdue. On the other hand I am really glad I stayed in and added to my portfolio the last few years as the gains have been tremendous. (which I would have missed had I not been in). Believe me, I am capable of pulling the trigger in getting out, but right now Im in 80%.
Kerry gives Assad 6 days to hand over wmds. Putin now says he wants Syria to produce them and give them up to the international community. Kerry and Putin both disagree on who HAS them, but with both of them applying pressure to each side, perhaps this madness can end without military strikes in this tinder box.
And to top if off POAGX HAS MUCH LOWER EXPENSE RATIO......Loyalty based on old glory days is admirable, but not always opitimal for TOP GAINS.
Yep, I read the article. Just google it............
Wild, the poll numbers were a lot lower in "69 because so many were afraid of being busted and paranoid. I am told the last part of roach is the best..........I do believe cannibas sativa will be made legal in our lifetimes........On the other hand, its not for me. ...............but one does hear it made the the music better at times. Thats all......
Tantalizing boom here with USA casino investment in this former Portuguese colony. If you dont believe the "boom" part check out the returns of Wynn, Las Vegas Sands, etc. Is it too late now for new money? "Caveat emptor" or "Veni, vidi, vici"? You decide...........that's all.........
Reply to both of you, and thanks jv, cause I looked at HSCSX AND I've got some decent gains to the buy, and if new money goes in, might as well put more there in case there are ST taxable losses. (so far, so good) To riv: I obviously missed Macau in the past due to political rants/replies, and to you jv, yeh, its Barron's getting me fired up. By the way, just reexamined my "Matthews semi-annual report" and was struck by their mention of their most valuable piece of furniture in their first paragraph of "Message to Shareholders from the Investment Advisor". A POOL TABLE. It got my attention, as I am deeply into billiards, pool, whatever you wish to call it in a big way, and have been for near 15 years. . That's all..........
We dumb Amerikaners wish to know..............heh.
No problems of significance. But I have corn/sb. The biggest problem around here are too many deer, which have caused some serious wrecks when a truck, car, or motorcycle hits them.