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Monsanto Admits: 1. We Don't Need Genetic Engineering, 2. We Don't Need Monsanto


Recently Wired magazine ran a Monsanto infomercial touting its alleged change of strategic course on vegetables. Monsanto, through its subsidiaries Seminis and others, is selling a line of high-end conventional vegetables dolled up as some kind of high-tech breakthrough. 1,724 more words


argylesock reblogged this on Science on the Land and commented:

argylesock says... My fellow blogger Russ isn't very impressed by the chemical and biotech giant Monsanto. He's not alone in that opinion. Here, Russ tells us some recent Monsanto news.

Seed Libraries

In case you haven’t heard, seed libraries are fast becoming a way for you to get involved in the seed saving movement. A seed library may be located in a book library that you are already familiar with.  806 more words

Seed Libraries

A List of Some Seed Companies Owned by Monsanto

When you purchase seeds be aware of their source, expecting Non GMO seeds and getting Gm seeds would not be beneficial. Listed here is a list of companies that Evil Monsanto owns to profit off of so-called organic Non GMO seeds.

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Who Owns Your Tomato? - Another Big Horticultural Seed Company Bought By Monsanto

When Monsanto buys into a market they buy in big.

In 2005 Monsanto’s seed/genetic trait holdings were primarily in corn, cotton, soybean, and canola. That year they purchased Seminis, the world’s largest vegetable seed company (see… 634 more words

Seed Industry

Fedco Seed Experiences GMO Contamination of Sweet Corn Seed

Fedco Seeds, a fantastic cooperative seed company from Maine that specializes in fresh market varieties for the Northeast, has reported GMO contamination in two of their sweet corn lots. 292 more words

Seed Industry