Where do we draw the line? Is it okay to alter a ladybugs DNA for the sake of “natural” pest control? How natural are wingless ladybugs when they were genetically altered by a human? What’s better for the enviroment a synthetic pesticide based off of a botanical, or a generically altered wingless ladybug?
Yes a wingless ladybug does sound appealing for those that want to grow organic foods, but that stinks a little bit of cheating. It like those politicians that bang the global warming drums while owning a SUV, and living in a very large home that eats 10 times the energy as an average home. Perhaps the better word is hypocrites.
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