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Genetically Modified (GM) crops taking over the world! What this means for farmers, the economy, and consumers like you.

by Jane Susskind, published

It’s springtime in South America and just last week, somewhere on that green continent, a farmer planted the world’s 3 billionth acre of Genetically Modified (GM) crops, signaling another milestone in biotechnology’s steady ascent toward conventionality.  This is celebrated news for biotech companies like Monsanto, but it’s been received as a gloomy portent by farmers who’ve invested big in the promises of GM crops only to discover the harsh truth about Big Ag’s zero-sum game.

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