The Privatisation of Seeds

"Year in and year out farmers are losing the seeds from their own plants, and are forced to purchase them anew from seed providers. Monsanto has monopolized the seed market which has significantly limited the variety of.."…
"..plants available on the market. The consequences of which have had fatal effects on both our environment, and the farmers that harness crops from it."
"Although one third may not sound like a game-changing figure, the commercial seed market and #Monsanto in particular have had a devastating effect on #India-n farmers. Cotton farmers especially have been strained as Monsanto controls 95 percent of the cotton seed market through
"..its genetically modified organisms (#GMO-s)."

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