Big Oil, Chemical & Farm Machinery companies providesuperb Monarch Butterfly Breeding Habitat

Sunsol SUNSOL at
Mon Aug 12 15:11:15 EDT 2002

> Just where do these monarchs breed?  According to Iowa State
> entomologists It turns out most of them breed on milkweed plants
> growing WITHIN the canopy of crop monocultures such as corn and
> soybeans  I got to see this first hand during a visit to the area of
> Morris, Minnesota on July 28 - Aug. 1

The above website references "Roundup Ready Soybeans." What does that phrase
mean? I know that the crop must be soy beans, and Roundup is an herbicide
IIRC. But "Roundup Ready?" Sally


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