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Genetic engineering wonder Blue Strawberry

Inside and out - Genetic engineering wonder Blue Strawberry

Inside and out – Genetic engineering wonder Blue Strawberry

Genetic engineering wonder Blue Strawberry
Undoubtedly, Genetic engineering works wonders! And one of these wonders – rare blue strawberry. Yes, it exists, however not in nature, but in human “kitchen gardens”. And mostly, in particular people grow strawberries for commercial cultivation for the purpose of selling to the population. Genetically modified, this strawberry is unusual, large, and sometimes even gigantic. According to scientists, the blue color is due to the gene of Arctic flounder, which makes the berry resistant to low temperatures.
Meanwhile, people as a rule, looking at food packaging prefer the inscription “Without GMOs …” Because the products grown with the help of genetic engineering are miserably studied. And no scientist will recommend such a product for sure. No one will for sure tell you what the consequences will be for you, and your children, after you eat this strawberry.

A basket of Blue strawberry

A basket of Blue strawberry

Many owners of private plots want to grow on their site something that can surprise the neighbors. Until quite recently, the neighbors could not only surprise, but even scare with purple Bulgarian pepper or a black tomato. However, today, any internet user can simply make order online, – and receive striped pink eggplants, white cucumbers, purple carrots … Seems like boasting of unusual fruits and vegetables is a thing of the past.

In fact, along with blue strawberries, there are other types of genetically modified berries. In particular, white, yellow, green and purple strawberries. However, something tells me that most people still prefer the traditional red strawberries.

Genetic engineering wonder Blue Strawberry