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I did not know this, and after I read the article below, I'm not sure that I ever wanted to know this. I know from living in a farming community that seed companies are making seeds such as corn resistant to RoundUp so that it is easy to spray for weeds as farmers are tending their crops. But I didn't know that they are now genetically altering the seeds, and also doing the same with seeds that we buy as residential back yard garden growers.
The take away here is that it may be best to buy organic seeds so that you know that they are from good old regular heirloom plants and not created in some lab with a bunch of toxic chemicals added to them to boot. Take the article with a grain of salt, but it's something to think about.