Monday, 26 September 2016

Monsanto is Dead. Now What?

Manitoba Co-Operator

The lightning rod for resentment won’t be there to kick around anymore. Story here.

1 comment:

PinP said...

Not a bad article. Still, it makes it sound as if Monsanto is the only bogeyman in the room. After all, will Bayer suddenly become a good guy and stop selling the herbicide "Roundup," whose active ingredient is a "probable carcinogen," (WHO 2015) or "Enlist Duo" which is a witch's brew of glyphsate and 2-4D (agent orange)? Will it see the error of its ways and stop marketing the "neonics," which are killing pollinators worldwide as we speak? I'll be watching for answers in future editions.

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