This is a guest post by Meg Hamill, a freelance writer who also works at LandPaths in partnership with the Open Space District of Sonoma County, California. California passes its first law protecting farmers who have not been able to prevent GE contamination of their non GE crops. We’ve all heard the horror stories: A farmer’s crop is contaminated by Genetically Engineered (GE) seeds, and that farmer is subsequently harassed and brought to court by the biotech patent owners (such as Monsanto) of those seeds. In some cases, that farmer has also been held liable for contaminating other farmer’s crops with his own unintentionally contaminated crop. Just this week, Governor Ar...
Submitted by Ecobird ..
October 02, 2008
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