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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monsanto

In 2013 a Monsanto-developed strain of glyphosate-resistant wheat (a GMO) was discovered on a farm in Oregon, growing as a weed or "volunteer plant". The final Oregon field test had occurred in 2001. As of May 2013 the GMO seed source was unknown. Volunteer wheat from a former test field ...

monsanto.com/innovations/biotech-gmos

Learn about the many benefits of GMOs and how biotech helps farmers deal with the variety of challenges they face.

monsanto.com/innovations/biotech-gmos/articles/gmo-facts

3 days ago ... Looking for information on GMOs? These are the GMO facts you should know.

monsanto.com/company/commitments/safety/statements/overview-safety-gmo-foods

The safety of GMO foods is supported by scientific evidence and the conclusions of the global scientific community. Read more about the advantages of GMOs.

monsanto.com/company/commitments/safety/statements/are-gmos-safe

In recent years, people have become increasingly interested in where their food comes from and how it is produced. And unfortunately, despite a 20-year record of safety and almost 2,500 independent, global scientific reviews and approvals of GMO crops, there is still conflicting and confusing information about GMOs.

www.foodandwaterwatch.org/news/five-things-monsanto-doesnt-want-you-know-about-gmos

May 7, 2015 ... The facts about GMOs are nothing like what the biotech industry would like you to think.

www.organics.org/what-is-gmo-monsanto-and-why-you-should-care

So at one point or another you may have heard the term GMO. You may know it has a bad connotation, but you are not sure why. What is GMO? GMO stands for genetically modified organism. Using genetic engineering, scientists alter genetic material in crops to make them resist insecticides, herbicides and make the crop  ...

www.nytimes.com/2016/11/12/opinion/monsanto-on-genetically-modified-crops.html

Nov 11, 2016 ... Whether they're growing crops on thousands of acres in Illinois or on a small plot in India, farmers are smart business people who won't waste time or money on tools that don't deliver results. When nearly 20 million farmers around the world choose to invest in genetically modified seeds for two decades, ...

www.organicconsumers.org/news/seeds-evil-monsanto-and-genetic-engineering

Feb 10, 2014 ... For related articles and more information, please visit OCA's Genetic Engineering page. For thousands of years, farmers have saved seeds from one farming season to another. But when Monsanto developed genetically modified (GM) seeds that would resist its own herbicide, the glyphosate-based ...