Sign a liensing contract with Monsanto and get a big bag o magic seeds and a 55 gallon drum of RoundUp killer herbicide. Once you saturate your fields with RoundUp, nothing will grow there except Monsanto genetically altered seeds.
Your yield may be greatly improved for one or more years. You won'thave to plow as often, rotate your crops or practice other sound farming methods. But then, depending on the crop, things begin to change.
The problem is, as predicted early in the game, both weeds and pests like the root worm and corn borer develop resistance to RoundUp and the poisons built into the corn plant, the same way bacteria mutant to resist anti-biotics. The result is the superweeds and super bugs you might be hearing about.
There are other serious downsides to planting GE crops. You buy new seed every year. If you attempt to hoard seed, Monsanto will come after you. Sometimes, even if Monsanto only thinks you are holding the seeds, the lawyers and private investigator will conduct surveilance on you and your family.
But once Monsanto or any other seed supplier has you by your seed sack, you are out of choices. If their product fails, as it has often around the globe, you have no other recourse. Want to try and go organic in a field permanently contaminated by RoundUp?
When the new mutant weeds and bugs start popping up, you are back to square one. Farmers in the Midwest are now back to treating their fields with good old fashioned poison in order to slow the superweeds.
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