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  • S.C. Schwarz

    I wonder how the greens will react to this? On one level we are not eating the chip, so why should there be a problem? But on a deeper level the greens are fundamentally Luddite. I predict they will find a reason to object as it is “unnatural.”

  • Vadim Pashkov

    “chips will cost around $5 a pop, so don’t expect them to become industry standard anytime soon.” Why is that? Farmer should not put chip on every plant , several on the field will do .

    • Loader2000

      Exactly what I was thinking.

  • ShadrachSmith

    Civilization is built on plentiful energy and food. Greens are against both. How did they win?

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