Small farm owners in Oregon have been in a deadlock against the GMO giant Monsanto over legislation concerning their crops.
GMO’s are also the cause of certain super-powered weeds that take over crops, which the farmers are unable to successfully get under control due to their unnatural strength and resilience.
On the whole, Monsanto have made business for regular farmers particularly tough in recent years, but it might all be about to change.
A bill is under consideration which, if passed, would put into practice the following paragraph (the bill) “Allows cause of action against patent holder for genetically engineered organism present on land without permission of owner or lawful occupant.”
Meaning Monsanto would have no right to carry on their dirty work where they are clearly not wanted by the farmers.
The House Bill 2739 could put an end to the bulling farmers have faced in the past when Monsanto seeds ended up where they shouldn’t have been. Farmers in have been threatened with having their farming license revoked due to unwanted GMO particles.