That's way different than eating a vegetable which thrives on a patch of land that has to be heavily sprayed with chemicals.
I agree. I don't like that kind of farming.
Ever seen a farmer spraying his GMO-crop with special pesticides?
I go to an agricultural school, a fair few of my friends farm or are in the industry. I completely understand.
These things are dangerous extremes and should be prevented. It's a misapplication of technology to create crops that have a chemical necessity for X Brand fertilizer, pesticide, insecticide. It should be considered a crime, in my opinion, to specifically create mule strains of crops with terminator genes. Oversaturating crops with chemicals and hurrying them off to market before they can flush those toxins should be a crime too. But again, that's not the fault of the technology, it's the fault of the people using it.
Your problem (And mine, I agree with you more than you think here, don't tear out my throat) isn't with the alteration of genomes, it's with bad agricultural practice driven by market forces.
Those of us interested in the long-term future of the species want us to be able to feed everybody, using only what land/resources are required for it. Our current system is incredibly wasteful from just an analysis of chemical energy in, chemical energy out. Hopefully we can use Models like this one to produce exactly what we need, with precisely the right chemical composition, with minimal waste.
If you really care about these issues, go talk to some farmers. If you can find any still alive that is.