Will Monsanto Destroy Another Crop?

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Rich Duprey
Motley Fool
Sept. 22, 2013

The U.S. wheat industry was nearly brought to its knees after the discovery of a genetically modified strain Monsanto had tested years ago was inexplicably found growing in an Oregon farmer’s field. Because most of the rest of the world rejects GM wheat and the wheat from the Pacific Northwest is mostly targeted for export, the ramifications of the discovery were massive.

A Washington State farmer had his alfalfa crop rejected by a broker after it tested positive for the presence of genetic modification.

A Washington State farmer had his alfalfa crop rejected by a broker after it tested positive for the presence of genetic modification.

Now it’s deja vu all over again. A Washington State farmer had his alfalfa crop rejected by a broker after it tested positive for the presence of genetic modification. The implications for this recurrence are just as profound as they were for wheat.

Several countries immediately imposed bans on the import of U.S. wheat and an investigation that’s still ongoing was launched to figure out how a strain of genetically modified wheat that Monsanto said it completely destroyed except for the small amount the U.S. government supposedly has under lock and key in its vaults made it into the wild.

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