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Quartz and Marketplace dig into genetically modified broccoli.
Corn farmers turn to insecticides again
Farmers are buying more insecticides this season. That’s because one tenacious pest has developed resistance to a genetically modified corn variety.
World Food Prize goes to Monsanto executive
"For his work in developing and improving genetically modified crops," said the president of the World Food Prize Foundation.
Monsanto: The behemoth that controls 90 percent of soybean production
The Supreme Court ruling protects a company that controls 90 percent of the expanding soybean production in the U.S. and Latin America; what has followed from Monsanto’s dominance?
Drought helps DuPont rake in profits
DuPont Chemical is primarily known for products like paint pigment, but the sale of drought-resistant seeds is boosting the company's earnings.
Brazil, Latin American farmers targeted by biotech
Monsanto reports earnings and a lot of the company’s growth is based on Latin America.
Monsanto pulls public radio into its greenwash
American Public Media has been getting flogged recently by some of its listeners, the environmental website Grist, and others online for accepting...
Stop belching, Bessie! You're ruining the environment!
What a riot! How complex is a story about:...