Monsanto hit pay dirt with the introduction of popular herbicide Roundup four decades ago, but at what cost to our health and to our planet?
As more and more land is converted into G.E. crop fields, important pollinators like bees and butterflies are being decimated.
Scientists in Norway recently studied the variations of 31 soybean crops grown in Iowa, and the levels of Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup are alarming.
Farmers are breaking harvest records without GMOs or artificial herbicides or fertilizers.
If you look at what we’re growing, it’s easy to see that a tainted food supply is the reality here in America.
The Supreme Court votes unanimously in favor of Monsanto, firmly protecting the agricultural giant’s right to patent life.
Between a likely Supreme Court win and the Monsanto Protection Act, Monsanto is on a roll. Here’s a look behind the company’s rise to power.
Monsanto convinced the world that genetically engineered seeds would lower herbicide use. It turns out, exactly the opposite has happened.
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.