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The Netherlands Say NO to Glyphosate, Monsanto’s RoundUp Herbicide

Source: Natural Society, by Christina Sarich

First Russia, Tasmania, and Mexico say no to Monsanto and now, the Netherlands have passed a similar ban, determined to keep Glyphosate-laced herbicides away from the general public for good. 196 more words


Become a Subversive: Grow Your Own Food

Doesn’t look like much, does it? But underground where you can’t see them, there are the beginnings of this year’s parsley, salad burnet and chard. Around the corner are 125 garlic plants, already up several inches, from which we will harvest scapes and bulbs. 559 more words

Gardening, Usually Organic

¡Monsanto, go home! por Florencia Abelleira

En 1996 RoundupReady, el herbicida que hizo famosa a la empresa Monsanto, penetró en la Argentina para regar los campos de soja transgénica. En tiempo récord y sin análisis debidos, Felipe Solá, el entonces Secretario de Agricultura, Ganadería, Pesca y Alimentos, autorizó a dicha empresa a comercializar semillas genéticamente modificadas sin la evaluación pertinente sobre su impacto en la salud humana, animal y ambiental. 1,499 more words


EU To Ban Heirloom Seeds and Criminalize Unregistered Gardens

After America, a recent new bill has been stealthily making its way through the approval process and looks to become the law of Europe’s new ways in the near future. 372 more words


TRADE SECRETS: Chinese National Released On Bond

A Chinese national accused of trying to steal genetically modified seed corn from DuPont Pioneer and Monsanto is now free on bond.

Mo Hailong was released from federal custody this week after posting a $50,000 bond. 39 more words


Russia won't import GMOs, prime minister says

Russia may be the current target of the American corporate media for its alleged role in provoking Ukraine to war, but the former Soviet stronghold has become a world leader in protecting its food sovereignty and kicking the multinational bio-pirates to the curb. 580 more words


wall street orders, but doesn't pick up the bill

Ezra Klein, will you marry me? Just kidding, unless…

Klein posted an article, ‘Big Food’ on Vox.com. What I love about Vox is they report on reporting. 467 more words