\ May 3, 2016 /
I think there is a notion out there among the general public that if farmers like myself buy seed from Monsanto, Dow, Dupont-Pioneer, Syngenta , and others, I’ve suddenly lost choice in the way I run my business. Based on my experience, this is not the case. I choose what seeds I plant every year. I’m not locked into buying seed from one company from one season to the next.
In fact, I laid out what a Monsanto tech use agreement looks like on my personal blog. I even posted the contract I signed so anyone can read it for themselves. Are there some rules to abide by whenever I sign one of these contracts? Sure there are. Do they have a detrimental effect on the way I choose to farm? I don’t think so.
Visit: http://www.forbes.com/sites/gmoanswers/2016/05/03/why-i-buy-gmo-seeds/#21557ec25ee6 to read the full article.