With computer engineers and hybrid-loving scientists stationed at the control tower, evolution can go either way.
Is Monsanto really investing in bee health? Or is this another example of man making money off the backs of our bees?
Tags: bayer, beekeepers, biotechnology, CCD, chemicals, colony collapse disorder, crops, genetically modified organisms, gmo, herbicides, honeybees, maryam henein, Monsanto, nectar, neonicotinoids, Pesticide, pollen, seeds, soil, syngenta, systemic pesticides, vanishing of the bees, virus
Monsanto convinced the world that genetically engineered seeds would lower herbicide use. It turns out, exactly the opposite has happened.
Tags: agribusiness, biodiversity, biotechnology, crops, farmers, farming, genetically engineered seeds, glyphosate herbicide, herbicide, mother jones, Roundup, roundup ready, weeds
A 75-year-old farmer is fighting back against Monsanto’s master plan to genetically modify, patent, and control the world’s supply of seeds.
Tags: agribusiness, biotechnology, center for food safety, corporations, farming, genetically modified, gmo, herbicide, Monsanto, plants, roundup ready, seeds, soy, soybeans, supreme court, usa today
Iowa is taking up the fight for the right to know if it’s GMO. Here’s an update on the movement that’s expanding nationwide.
Tags: biotechnology, ecowatch, fda, food and water watch, food industry, food labels, genetic modification, genetically engineered, glen glass, joe bolkcom, legislation, plants, prop 37, supermarket