Tomtato or Pomato

A hybrid plant that grows tomatos and potatos...at least it's not GM

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+29 1. Cloe commented 6 years ago

simple: french fries with ketchup 2 in 1
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+3 2. Burimi commented 6 years ago

Thompson and Morgan GMO!!!!!
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+6 3. Afalari commented 6 years ago

Wrong category! Should be under science. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pomato
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+2 4. Rexxae commented 6 years ago

I call hax!
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+5 5. Thanny commented 6 years ago

Every cultivated plant that we eat is genetically modified. In random and haphazard fashion through crossbreeding, so that each modified plant will have unknown effects and be entirely untested for health consequences. That includes all tomatoes and potatoes.

Genetically engineered plants, on the other hand, are modified in one or a few genes directly, which produces known effects, with thoroughly tested health consequences.

Yet many people complain about the latter while blithely accepting the former. Profound ignorance of biology is surely to blame.
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+4 6. Wynadorn commented 6 years ago

He talks about this as if it is something new. This technique, Grafting, was literally known 2000 BC and used by the Chinese and the first "Pomato" was made in 1994.
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0 7. herial commented 6 years ago

THIS IS SO WRONG!!! :O
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0 8. captain_obvious commented 6 years ago

now mix hennep witch cocaplants
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0 9. ChainTexter commented 6 years ago

perfect with three-eyed fish...
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+1 10. buckleg08 commented 6 years ago

wouldnt harvesting the potato also damage the tomato yield?to harvest the potato you might kill the entire plant...