posted on May, 23 2013 @ 01:32 PM
How the hell can an entity gaining control of our food be granted immunity from lawsuits? WTH?!?!
Hey if there's nothing to hide then why the concern? I am just glad technology is enabling us to keep up with and communicate issues related to
Monsanto, for whatever that is worth with this mega corp.
As to the 'experiment' I wonder if they plan on suing all the adjacent non-Monsanto farms when their pollen lands on their crops. 300,000 farmers
protesting, wow, that is a significant number eh?
he first time that the US Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has okayed a product that has been genetically
engineered to resist a weather condition such as a drought, rather than a pest or herbicide.
So this is an acknowledgement of potential issues with the pest/weed resistant. You know they will still have the traits for pest/weed resistance
because it is their patent. I think they are just trying to highlight an additional trait to ease the perception of the public in this case. Sure
they could be actually trying to help but I think they are a profits before people kind of entity, so if there is a gray area, they will exploit it
Also, are there not any natural strains of corn on the planet that grows in less than hospitable conditions? Surely nature has provided something or
but it won't have the pest/weed resistance.