A recent court decision prevented Monsanto from suing farmers for patent infringement when their crops become genetically contaminated with GMO seeds. But the ruling is insufficient to protect farmers in the real world, where contamination events are often much higher than only one percent of a field, as specifically prescribed in the ruling. Read more: http://gmoinside.org/monsanto-can-sue-farmers-when-gmo-contamination-goes-over-one-percent-of-their-crop/ #GMOs #contamination #farmers
If you haven’t heard of Steve Marsh yet, he is an organic farmer in Australia who sued a neighboring farmer for compensation after his field of non-GMO wheat was contaminated by Michael Baxter’s RoundUp Ready canola seeds. He is now appealing the ruling with support of several non-GMO groups. More here: www.nationofchang... #iamstevemarsh #food #organic #contamination #GMOs
Since 1997 Monsanto hasn't lost a single case against a farmer. Keep in mind these farmers all didn't want GMO seeds, didn't want GMO plants and in turn couldn't sell those GMO crops. Farmer Steve Marsh's fight is fighting a recent contamination case against Monsanto. Learn more here: www.dailyfinance.... #iamstevemarsh #contamination #GMOs #StopMonsanto
Since 1997 Monsanto hasn't lost a single case against a farmer. Keep in mind these farmers all didn't want GMO seeds, didn't want GMO plants and in turn couldn't sell those GMO crops. Farmer Steve Marsh's fight is the next case against Monsanto. Learn more here: www.dailyfinance....
Monsanto. No Patents on Life! www.osgata.org/... The U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision, on January 13, 2014, in the landmark federal lawsuit, Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association et al v. Monsanto. The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed the case, denying family farmers their right to argue on behalf of gaining protection from patent litigation abuse by Monsanto.
The pathbreaking CHAMACOS study has detected developmental problems in children born to mothers who toiled in California’s treated fields—but will anything change? www.cornucopia.or...
Yet again, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in Monsanto's favor. The Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association and a group of dozens of organic and conventional family farmers, seed companies, and public advocacy interests sued Monsanto in March 2011. The suit sought to prohibit the company from suing farmers whose fields became inadvertently contaminated with corn, soybeans, cotton, canola and other crops containing Monsanto's genetic modifications. Clarence Thomas