Anyways, for rank stupidity, at least from the consumers point of view, you can read about supercarrots (I'd like to come up with a clever adaptation of that name, like stuporcarrots). And for analysis of how modified sugar beets are probably going to be adopted soon as well as an analysis of how previous deployments of modified foods have "increased herbicide use in the U.S. by 122 million pounds -- a
15-fold increase -- between 1994 (when GE herbicide-tolerant crops were
introduced) to 2004." Keep in mind that the biggest engineered feature of current GM crops is resistance to herbicides.