Who Owns The Rights To The Food You
Condensed by Native Village
Monsanto's "Roundup Ready" seed line
now accounts for 93%
of soybeans and
of the corn produced in the U.S.
However, people across the world are
concerned about Roundup Ready,
because the seeds are genetically
One of many concerns about GMO
(genetically modified organism) crops is
that it reduces boidiversity. Like a
billion computers on the same
operating system, a billion plants
with identical genes can be
destroyed by one virus, (or fungi and bacteria.)
Here in the U.S., the Obama administration
is taking a closer look at the lack
of competition in
agriculture. This includes the dairy industry
to livestock to commodity crops,
like corn and soybeans."
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