The Monsanto Company grows food for your dinner table in many states, but in 4; Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and Illinois- it’s process to eliminate pests in corn by genetically engineering the seeds could be failing. A recent article questions whether the corn is really killing the bugs it has been modified to resist. Monsanto Corn May be Failing to Kill Bugs in 4 States. The company also offers wheat products. FAQ About Monsanto and Wheat.
Food, Inc. a documentary (which is easily downloadable from Netflix) reveals how the chemical company who owns a patent on the familiar weedkiller Roundup, is now in the business of genetic modification (GM) of seeds. In the most simple terms: the company is modifying natural seeds with bt toxin (Bacillus thuringiensis (or Bt) is a Gram-positive, soil-dwelling bacterium, commonly used as a biological pesticide;~wiki) thus cutting costs for themselves on the other end of marketing. Sweet corn will now be sold at your local market by Monsanto- which has been genetically modified.
GM foods serve a potential risk of organ damage studies show. Organ Damage
It isn’t just corn the company is after, soy beans are also on their list.
If you have time: this online free documentary will fill in the blanks.
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