18 Burst results for "Monsanto Seed"

Agriculture Industry Bets on Carbon as a New Cash Crop

WSJ What's News

05:52 min | 7 months ago

Agriculture Industry Bets on Carbon as a New Cash Crop

"The newest cash crop for farmers may be greenhouse gas some farmers who normally make their living raising crops in the soil are now getting paid to use those plans to capture carbon dioxide from the air and put it back in their fields. Big agricultural companies including bayer and cargill are jockeying startups. On these initiatives their goal is to incentivize farmers to adopt climate-friendly practices and developed markets for carbon for more on the story. We have jacob bungee who covers the agriculture industry for the wall street journal. He spoke with our charlie turner jacob. How exactly does this. Carbon capture system work. This is a system. That's based around voluntary offsets or credits. Being purchased by companies and these could be food companies. that could be an energy company. It could be tech company that says they want to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by some amount or achieve net zero emissions in one way that they're now going to be able to do. This is by effectively. Paying farmers who raise crops like corn and soybeans to manage their farms in such a way that the fields the soil captures carbon and stores it in the dirt and the reason for that is because plans grow. They withdraw carbon dioxide from the air. They use this in the process of photosynthesis to produce energy to grow In that process the plants then release carbon into the soil. there's no federal requirement for companies to offset their greenhouse gas emissions by buying credits from farmers. So why are companies interested in this over the last ten twenty years even longer you can see examples of consumer facing companies. Want be more sustainable and any number of reasons for this. I mean some of the have this. As part of their corporate mission as important to the founders in other cases it helps draw consumers to companies and and try to have more of a warm and fuzzy feeling by using their products or services. And so while there's no federal requirements for these companies to go and purchase carbon credits or or reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. There's a commercial incentive to do. So could you points with consumers it can be for all the the companies view. It could be the right thing to do. Farmers have long struggled with low crop. Prices how does this benefit them. Well the benefit for a farmer could be getting a check for doing this. This stuff that we talk about which for a lot of them is the type of thing that they're doing anyway to enrich their soil to get better crop yields for their typical crops and the end result is as we say is that farmers can potentially get paid for this. The company is a are pursuing. This we mentioned some of them. Bear the owner of the monsanto seed business a big agricultural company cargill one of the biggest traders of grain in the world. There's some startups pursuing. This and the idea here is that they can quantify how much carbon these farmers are are questioning in their fields with these practices a certain number of tons per acre they can be paid by the ton or paid by the acre for these practices. All these programs now are in their infancy. In some cases they're pilots and other cases they're meant to be long lasting things with just that the the first innings however the companies that are pursuing this as well as some of the farmers are hopeful that a demand from big companies that want to reduce their carbon footprint or be able to offset parts of their businesses. Might come into this market. Push up the prices for these credits. At the farmers are generating and then in turn produce more income for the farmers jacob. What do environmental activists say about offering credits for carbon capture. Well broadly speaking to the environmental community supports the basic idea. Here that if you manage farm in a more environmentally or climate-friendly way they can have an impact on carbon in the atmosphere and the way that these things are structured. They've got some questions. Some reservations One just in some sense being a philosophical one that if you are offering are making available to a polluting company a carbon offsets that reduces the the environmental groups fear that reduces the incentive for that polluting company to clean up its own operations can continue to function as it has been And pay farmers on the other side. And how does the incoming biden administration intend to approach these sorts of programs. Well tom vilsek. Who was an advisor to the biden campaign and now has been picked to potentially head the usda again. He led the the us department of agriculture during president obama's terms he's talked about putting federal. Usda conservation program funding behind this idea effectively using some conservation programs to incentivize farmers in the same way so the biden administration plans to to put the the federal emphasis behind this same exact idea

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Is that also connects to eastern Tanzania and the getty area. The reason I give this background is the ability to high speed. Internet is not some sort of panacea in and of itself as we've spoken about by the way I wanna make the point that the connections that we get in in America on mobile and Internet and this is something we're talking about in the sanders campaign are much much worse than actually what is possible. They're they're like twenty times slower than what they have in South Korea but nonetheless back to Kenya there is a landing point and the. Here's the reality the combination of that accessibility combined with a the culture of actual innovation. The reason I use the term innovator in the title of this New Book Beyond The valley that I wrote is because I'm taking the term back I'm asking what innovation innovation actually is. And what you see in the country of Kenya is everyone is hustling and that could be a term that people think of a negative way but I mean in positive way people Are doing more with less. They're trying to figure out ways to make to bring some income in to create businesses to create all sorts of civic opportunities tapis and there's a strong history there of businesses that are collectively or cooperatively owned people have found solutions to overcome the constraints. They face from the electrical grid to the absence of banking systems. It's CETERA. They've built mobile money systems. That I'm not crypto currencies but people are literally trading credit people are innovators. They're innovating through constraints and so what is happening in Kenya. People are realizing here the constraints we face. But here's what we can build build out of it so I give a few examples of this in the book. I'll say these really briefly one. Is you see this actually in other parts of the world as well even in L. A.. Where I live Los Angeles where I love? People are taking dead electronics. Things that we throw away things that are designed to die because apple devices are designed to die. It's called planned obsolescence obsolescent. It's not that different than a Monsanto seed which is designed to die. It's horrifying to me. And what are they doing with it. Instead of just having this be e-waste list that everyone gets cancer from and destroys the environment. People are taking apart these technologies and building new technologies out of them. This is what they call Jim. Kelly or which means Hot Sun. There are people who have tables and soldering guns under the Sun. And they're just it's an informal economy where they're just creating businesses out of the screening. Now everyone is just trying to repair phones. Recycle phones create new phones create new electronic true with phones. People are doing this with tires and desks and televisions and metal of all forms. It's so inspiring to see that whole new way of thinking of a secondary and tertiary economy that people do through their creativity activity so that's one layer but if you take this to another layer you won't believe this. I have seen people and I read about this in beyond the valley literally taking discarded voted dumpstered. They don't have dumpsters there but basically recycled dumpster diving for e waste and built three D.. Printers out of these things. Sixty percent out of e waste and they have built functioning three D. printers that have incubated new industry for three D. printing on the continent. Ah Across East Africa. The Three D. printers are a function are a fraction of the cost of American and Chinese printers. And here's the killer part. They work way better. They work way better because they're designed by innovators who understand the environment within which they're designing for the closure. There's a there's the distance between the developer upper of the technology and the people in environments where the technology lives is closed. And that's the major problem. We have with tech today in Kenya. You see alternatives as you see people using solar power to spread Wi fi. You See. I'm sure you've seen this in different parts of the world. Sam You just get on the street corner her and there'll be a van going some direction. You're not really sure exactly where it's going you get in the van. You tell the person where you're going one guy takes your money. Another one is driving and and they tell you where to get off and then maybe you take another van. This is kind of innovation where people are hustling and they're figuring out ways to innovate Hold on we're having a little.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I have a feeling that's how they through. Well, what is the lobbying budget of Monsanto or Bayer for that? Chidi p of a small European nation. Sure. Yeah. And they're at multiple levels. Right because it's not just food Temiz their house also in energy, right because we've used up and raped. Our most fertile soils in the United States for the production of ethanol for our cars, and so Monsanto has been playing on multiple sectors, politically, and so they're not just food and their their energy, and you know, spread across into even military budgets. I'm sure because of the provision of ethanol to the military so and now it's pharma, and now it's former and so you've and farmers not new to Monsanto, by the way pharma co owned Monsanto other back in the nineteen ninety s and so when when we went to genetic modification of crops, we already were on our food chain was owned by the pharmaceutical industry by the time. So Monsanto has been owned repetitively by the pharmaceutical companies. And so I think Bayer's making play now is a big pharmaceutical company own the global food chain and make this weird play for liberty link is gluten we're going to block this amino acids now heard of that they purposely just not publicized it and given it this jingoistic patriotic name to make people feel good about it. Well, I think now I'm predicting the future. And I don't know. But my prediction is we're going to see a whole bunch of cases. Now allowing to go to case to go to court because I think Bayer wants everybody to now admit that that GMO ground up crops are terrible for your health. So they can pull it off the market quicker and look like the white knights coming in with liberty link. See, you're absolutely right. We see, you know, Monsanto refused to tell you this. But we own them now. And we're telling you are science in our view of all of their data's things definitely causing cancer. Were sorry may a call. And that puts an end on all of the setting aside some crazy worchester to settle all these cases, the they I'm sure they did. Because I mean, look at how much they're making just off GMO crops that are still selling Monsanto seed. And so even if the sixty six billion bought the company, they can they're they've got the income to offset the court cases with that. They may have you know, if you looked at the amount of income expected from on Santo, and multiply that by the typical five X for the valuation of their company, we might find that the worship was built right into that as fudge factors. They may have been worth two hundred billion dollars. And they they sold for sixty six billion said, hey, we can pay one hundred billion dollars of lawsuits and still at the end of all that we pull that Monsanto GMO crop off the market, and we put liberty Lincoln play. And so they already have the end. There's no way companies based bear is not going to have an end game in play. When Monsanto was already all tied up in these lawsuits. Well, the lobbying arm is certainly healthy. At this point. I just got an Email today from WG environmental working group. It was a letter pen by Erin Brockovich about. How? How the farm Bill. That's that's up for renewal has a provision in it that would allow locality that would strip away the purview of localities to to band. Glyphosate. So this is still, you know, this is a war that's being fought constantly on multiple battlefronts. Yeah. I mean, I've I've had people at the municipal level city levels begging for our science to be taken to their local school board to stop spraying the school yard with roundup. You know, and you know, are not just hundreds of scientists around the world that are trying to help with this mission. But see so much resistance down there. I got a call a couple of weeks ago from this woman who was trying to make this fight and they presented all the science to the school board, and they brought in a Monsanto sales rep to to be there, and the Monsanto's sales rep just got pulled the Trump maneuver it. Sounds like we're just got more and more angry the whole time redfaced this foolish this this woman's you know, has no educational background..

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"You do it selling information about your habits to third parties? And you bought it. Right. It's yours. If you're a farmer, and you drive your half million dollar John Deere tractor around your backfield. It's gathering telemetry on your field knows. What you're so. Then city is because the torque sensors in the wheels knows about the humidity of the soil because of the sensors and the undercarriage. But you can't get that data Monsanto takes that data sells it back to you with Monsanto seed and John Deere takes the data and aggregate it and sells it into the futures market where people who are making bets on crop yields use it. So even if you're spending a half million dollars on the product, you're still the product. So this idea that advertising the original sin? I think is very poorly thought through in an era of gross wealth inequality. If you imagine a world in which you had to pay to read the news what you get is. A world in which everyone gets better news. What you end up with a world in which most people can't afford to be informed. You've expanded these ideas further in you'll book all about why the internet should be free. Yeah. I wrote a book called information doesn't want to be free. Which is it's a bit of a it's the punchline of a joke. So Stewart brand very famously at the first hackers conference in nineteen eighty four was having this conversation with Steve Wozniak co founder about Paul and he said on the one hand information wants to be expensive and on the other hand information wants to be free, and this has been held up as rallying cry. No one should have to pay for information. Everything should be free on the internet people who like the internet thinks that everything should be free. And so on I think that the reality is that in the twenty th century, we live in an information society where when Martha lane FOX was the champion for digital inclusion in Lytham Tory coalition government. She commissioned a WC study of to council states one of which had been given the internet through a pilot program in the one next door. And so it was kind of natural experiment, and what they found was that a few years on the people who lived in the housing estate where there was internet had better outcomes in education in health in employment in civic, and public participation and political participation and so on the internet is the nervous system in the twenty first century and information doesn't want to be free. But people do and if you don't have a free fair and open information infrastructure than you can't be free all of your own fiction is free. It's charitable online..

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on The Science Show

"It's absolutely extraordinary and loves the time, of course blockages on using GM's because there is a market advantage in some places for saying, we are GM free. We are Ganic or something going to this church where my book called, let them eat organic baby corn. And that's a line from what happened back in two thousand and two in Zambia where GM food aid was turned away by the government who thought he said it was poisonous and therefore people went extremely hungry. People may even have died as a result during the famine that happened in that part of the world back in two thousand and two and what had happened. It turned out was that some of the organic export companies, including organic baby corn, exports to Europe at phoned up and made it very clear that their export markets will be endangered to Europe. If it was known that they're importing GM. Food aid, let's to India and one of those figures about how GM makes the rates of cancer go up and you can compare. I think it is India and Scotland. What does figures on that? Well, you're possibly making a reference to the Indian suicide debate because there's been a sort of a mid spread around for many years now that the adoption of BT so GMO cotton in India, which is the only Jim crops grown there now was causing farms to commit suicide for some reason or other answer, activists, light, vanden achiever who's very well known. You often find on speaking tours in the US in places assert that hundreds of thousands of farmers have committed suicide because of Monsanto seeds, and it turns out that's completely untrue. The adoption of BT cotton is allowed to just as it has in Australia's allowed promise to dramatically reduce their use of insecticide, which you'd think would be a good thing and increase profits and better their livelihood as a result. And if you compare the actual suicide rates, the proportional rate is the same. Scotland, France, and everywhere else in terms of Indian pharma suicides. So of course, each one's a tragedy, but pin it on GMO's is worse than just being absurd. It's actually an injustice. I think to try and hijack something as tragic as suicide there for a political cause. Indeed, there's also in another association what one with cancer and cancer increases. Well, that will engineer that was looked at in the national kademi of sciences report huge for those published in the US in two thousand sixteen, which looked at all of this stuff. And of course there's no association with cancer. And why would they be? There's no, there's no mechanism which purported and it's been looked at a lot, and it's one of those spirits correlations which people think make sense because it has a sort of intuitive narrative. There's also a correlation between the increase in rates of autism diagnoses and the increased consumption of organic food. Does that sound like something we should be concerned about? No, it's what's known as the spurious correlation. There's a website out there called spurious correlations actually which talks about this people who've died being strangled in their bed sheets, which correlates with consumption of cheese and things like that. So it's very easy to make different curves fit. If you've got an agenda, you want to push. What about the advantages? Environmentally of using GM crops, for example, the amount of water that used and also in certain associations with the number of chemicals, the herbicides, pesticides, or whatever. What is the evidence overall that they're environmentally useful in that regard? So overall, if you want to sort of global picture. And of course, that's putting together lots of different aspects you need to look at our metro analysis, and there was one published in twenty fourteen believe which had a figure that I think it was a thirty seven percent reduction of pesticides overall on GM crops as compared to that convention. Alternatives. If you look at specifically different crops here in Australia, I believe the figure is eighty nine percent reduction of insecticides on GM cotton, which is very odd to me that the greens were posing this. It's only the pesticide companies and the greens in this kind of unholy alliance against you in crops here in Australia. Now finally, the questions of reservations that you've had Verizon arguments with friends of yours, like George mobile, who's very long known and stralia. You won't have a fly here though, because concerned about his climate, his carbon budget..

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"Products is the engineer new seeds to withstand being sprayed with multiple kinds of herbicides and then they they sell those seeds to farmers but unfortunately what happened in the last couple years is that monsanto introduced a new seed that's able to be sprayed with dyke cambe which is kind of an older herbicide and glyphosate in combination but they sold it to farmers before the herbicide mixture itself was approved by the way and so what happened was farmers that were having trouble with with resistant weeds and we're taking history yields they they planted this new seed and they started spraying sort of older versions of decamp on their crops which ended up damaging neighboring soybean fields that had not adopted the new monsanto seed and so this has led to all kinds of lawsuits and state governments especially getting involved to decide whether or not they want to ban certain herbicides that haven't been approved or if they want to ban them during certain growing periods so that you know if you have a neighbor who's spraying this herbicide that the farmer next you isn't being being hurt by that so you know i think that what we're finding is that we need a better way of managing pests that's not just just like oh this chemical stop working so let's add another chemical to the mix kind of like a chemical treadmill what we need to do is think more about the system itself and how to stop weeds and pests from occurring in a way that's not just like dousing with more chemicals and from what i understand again please do your best to just tell me i'm wrong on everything that's sort of my life from what i understand the past twenty years pesticide use his way down and urbicide uses way up because we're using so many more genetically engineered crops correct yet yeah so well pesticides down because we engineered corn to have a protein called bt and so that when when worms and other pests eat that they die and so we no longer have to spray that chemical on the.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Sitting on really plum real estate in large cities that were going through real estate bubbles all of that left them on the one hand it pay these big dividends to the shareholders these one time dividends from liquidating the capital assets but left them very vulnerable to shocks because if rents went up then they had to pay higher rent right they didn't get to say well rents are going up for everyone who didn't have the foresight to buy giant building in farrington or whatever but not for us we had the foresight to buy this building we just get to sit here we ride out those highs and lows so it made them very vulnerable to shocks and at the same time classified advertising through newspapers was not the best way of doing it it was just the least worst and so that was shock that was always going to be hard to whether and craigslist definitely does a better job of selling whitegoods to sports fans than newspapers ever did but the idea priority that the news media never could have weathered that shock that it was something distinctive at the internet and not about multinational neoliberal capitalism with the gloves off that killed news media that i think is a fallacy they say if you're not if you're not paying for it you're the product what we see an era of unregulated monopolization is that people who are paying for it are still the product right you buy your iphone or you buy your android phone and it's full of surveillance technology that is spying on everything you do selling information about your habits to third parties and you bought it right it's yours if you're a farmer and you drive your half million dollar john deere tractor around your backfield's it's gathering telemetry on your field knows what you're so then city is because the torque sensors in the wheels knows about the humidity of the soil because of the sensors and the undercarriage but you can't get that data monsanto takes that data sells it back to you with monsanto seed and john deere takes the data and aggregate sit and sells it into the futures market where people who are making bets on crop yields us so even if you're spending a half million dollars on the product you're still the product so this idea that advertising the original sin i think is very poorly thought through in an era of gross.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Not who gets blue skies and who does not and even with the monsanto's aluminum resistant seeds only monsanto seeds will grow in this to stop ian future where the skies are constantly sprayed with nanno particularly aluminum what happens if somebody gets sick in the tucson area who's responsible for that well i like to pose that people are getting sick all of the time from the ongoing assault that is under the guise of research but nevertheless it's ongoing okay the alzheimer's rates have gone through the roof and dementia is killing people now in the uk it's the number one cause of death again i go into this film franken skies but if people get sick it'll just be a minor casualty because david w keys the primary solar engineer out of harvard who is in charge of this experiment he says that people are going to die from this he says that we're gonna lose lives from the experiment from the fullscale launch watch but but yeah if people get sick from it then that's just a minor casualty to save the entire planet even the terminology fullscale deployment they want to launch fullscale deployment and they even have taken papers from different people around the world and they posed the question should we even take into consideration human rights or should we even take into consideration that what the public has to say well just in case people don't know we have rights we have the right to say in environmental decision making these things have been established through different international treaties we have rights to say whether we live in a safe environment or not and being in a safe environment does not involve our skies being shrouded with no particular aluminum that falls to the ground messes with the acidity and alkaline is is the soil and messes with the plants and the trees and kills the bees and gives us alzheimer's creates respiratory illnesses because sometimes you see people who have had coughs in lung issues and they have no idea what's going on well exactly it's funny funny thing as all this unfolds are all of these new words that are being coined these new terms coming out new clouds a dozen new clouds were introduced just as this geo engineering experimentation lines is unfolding in all of these dozen new clouds entered into the cloud atlas last year they all resemble different variations of nanno particular aerosols sprayed from jets.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Then i've released my feature film franken skies that's a groundbreaking documentary find the director's cut online the best thing about this film is people can't sink their teeth into such a vast program it's so hard to get people up to speed but once you see the time line the chronological time line that franken skies offers with historical footage going all the way back to the thirties then you can see how we got to modern times how the agenda in the program has evolved to what it is today in matthew let's talk a little bit more of geo engineering and this experiment in tucson do the city fathers know about this i soon they do right well everybody's controlled yes they everyone thinks that there's an experiment going on that will attempt to dim the sunlight to save us from global warming nobody can see the impact that this can have on our next generation on our children imagine a next generation of children that do not have blue skies where a small group a solar ju engineering governance regime self proclaimed regime of only twenty scientists that do not represent humanity whatsoever with ulterior agendas and motives and the patents not who gets blue skies and who does not and even with the monsanto's aluminum resistant seeds only monsanto seeds will grow in this dystopia in future where the skies are constantly sprayed with nanno particularly aluminum what happens if somebody gets sick in the tucson area who's responsible for that well i i'd like to pose that people are getting sick all of the time from the ongoing assault that is under the guise of research but nevertheless it's ongoing okay the alzheimer's rates have gone through the roof and dementia is killing people now in the.

"monsanto seed" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on WGTK

"What they all were one was he wanted to get rid of the federal reserve riot gear promoter thing uh they just did you were too much of a rebel and the evidence that he wanted to get the federal reserve all these things that i you know i've i've out i understand like any okay so go ahead you the you didn't paul on on this one but no obvious target car loan i think he was pretty right weather warfare go to jail engineering watch is there a scientists wayne gain winging home and you can watch a video uh you cuba's well wonderful so what did gain wigan can what does he proof you fill the proof of the campaign trail shelly pow the point it can okay so what helped me just tell me what is the purpose of the camp trails what are what are they doing to us there are changing one thing to changing land thirteen inc like non santo uh who have they've developed you know on monsanto seed but you're not german goal from year to year they which dan round up okay so so what what did the kem trails do i don't understand what what are they have to do with monsanto well i think they're changing the soil so that uh only hugh corporations can provide the world how so that he in other words are they helping to grow more crops y if they were changing the soil to make it more fertile and more productive why would they have to keep it secret i think that following about big mining i think there's people in the world that are.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Way who did who did who did kill kennedy who do you think killed kennedy's if it wasn't lee harvey oswald if he was just a patsies i said he was that uh basically and why did they want to kill the president because you know knowing something that people in the government did not want him with you and i can't remember what they all were one was he wanted to get rid of the federal reserve riot gear from other thing uh because it did you will too much of a rebel uh and the evidence that he wanted to get rid of the federal reserve all these things that are you know i've i've out i understand i can't even okay so go ahead the you didn't paul on on this one but no no i had obvious target car loan i think he was pretty riaan weather warfare she go to jail engineering watch is there a scientists wound gain we digging for him you can watch a video uh i cuba as well wonderful so what is insane waking 10 what does he proof he so the proof of the campaign trail shows how the point it can okay so what helped me just tell me what is the purpose of the camp trails what are what are they doing to us there are changing one thing to changing as the land big inc like non santo uh who who they've developed you know on monsanto seed do not germany from year to year they would stand round up okay so so what what did the kem trails do i don't understand what what are they have to do with monsanto well i think they are changing the soil so that uh only if you corporations can provide the world hold so that he didn't in other words are they helping to grow more crops why if they were changing the soil to make it more fertile and more productive why would they have to keep it secret i think it's always about big mining i think there's people in the world that are extremely powerful very greedy and sinister who could can you name one just name one well any rob any rothschild for some other odd uh we will be right back on the medved show it is conspiracy day needs conspiracy day one michael medved.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The land soda tea big corporations like monsanto uh who who they've developed you know on monsanto seed but do you not germany they from year to year the withstand round up okay so so what what did the kemp trails do i don't understand what what are they have to do with monsanto well i think they're changing the soil so that uh only if you corporations can provide the world food so that he did in other words are they helping to grow more crops what if they were changing the soil to make it more fertile and more productive why would they have to keep it secret i think it's always about big money i think there's people in the world that are extremely powerful very greedy and sinister who who do these booth can you name one just name one well any ross did not any rothschild had some of their odd uh we will be right back on the medved show it is conspiracy day you just conspiracy to michael misdeeds mm labor day and back to school you know what that.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on WGTK

"And why did they want to kill the president because you know like going from things that people in the government it will not wanted with you and i can't remember what they all were one was he wanted to get rid of the federal reserve riot gear from other thing they just did you will too much of a rebel and the evidence that he wanted to get rid of the federal reserve all these things that i you know i've i've or out i understand like any okay so go ahead you the you didn't call on on this one but now all because our whole i think he was pretty riaan weather warfare she go to jail engineering watch there's a scientist named gain waking form and you can watch a video uh i cuba well wonderful so what is saying wigan can what does he proof he so the proof of the kim curiel shows how the point it could okay so what helped me just tell me what is the purpose of the camp trails what are what are they doing to us eric changing one thing to changing as the land thirteen inc like monsanto uh they've developed you know on monsanto seed but do you not germany from feared years eight withstand round up okay so so what what did the kem trails do i don't understand why what do they have to do with monsanto well i think they're kingking on the soil so that only a few corporations can provide the world how so that he didn't in other words are they helping to grow more crops y if they were changing the soil to make it more fertile and more productive why would they have to keep it secret i think it's always about big money i think there's people in the world that are extremely powerful very greedy and minister who who do these youth who can you name one just name one well any raff not any rothschild for help from abroad paul uh huh uh we will be right back on the medved show it is conspiracy day needs conspiracy day one michael medved show.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Time in any van i've that's not which i called you called about something even even more deeply hidden a nefarious who by the way who did who did who did kill kennedy who do you think killed kennedy's if it wasn't lee harvey oswald if he was just a patsies i said he was a uh basically and why did they want to kill the president because he was doing some things on the government not wanted with you and i can't remember what the all were one was he wanted to get rid of the federal reserve is some other thing they just get it you will too much of a rebel and the evidence that he wanted to get rid of the federal reserve all these things that are you know i've i've rat i understand like any okay so go ahead you the eu you didn't paul on on this one but now i have recovered car loan i think he was pretty riaan weather warfare voted keo engineering watch or is it as scientists maintain winging home a video uh i cuba well wonderful so what is gain wigan can what does he prove so the proof of the campaign trail he shows how the point you can kiss so what helped me just tell me what is the purpose of the camp trails what are what are they doing to us eric changing one thing to changing as the land thirteen we corporations like non fantato uh dave developed on monsanto seed you're not germany from your ears eight withstand round up okay so so what what did the kem trails do i don't understand what what are they have to do with monsanto well i think they're kingking soil so that only a few corporations can provide the world oh so that he in other words are they helping to grow more crops why if they were changing the soil to make it more fertile and more productive why would they have to keep it secret i think it's always about big money i think there's people in the world that are extremely powerful very greedy and sinister who could unity can you name one just name one well any rob any rod uh huh uh we will be right back on the medved show it is conspiracy day needs leeds conspiracy day one michael medved show labor day and back to.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Yes so there's in that in the lessdeveloped world of many places for example bangladesh i work on rise so much of our work is in bangladesh or india in the developing world there aren't isn't this kind of seed industry we you buy the seed and industries china protect the seeds so it's different in the less developed world in the united states in europe and other developed countries there's a seed industry forprofit seed industry and they sell their seeds and often they make a lot of money on hybrids seed um which organic farmers are also allowed to buy um so the issue an issue of pollen flow i don't think there's too many examples where the actually there's not really any examples far as i know where some pollen has flown on to another crop than a farmer gets sued and it's just because it sitting there the examples we seena there's a supreme court case bowman verse monsanto and in that case the the farmer actually wanted the monsanto seed and he got it from a grain melnik planted it and sold it so it's actually when somebody takes up patented seed and sells it that's when issues come up and that that's the same whether it some plant variety protection hat on this many different types of patten's relevant as pertinent grow it's relevant to all kinds of seat it's not specific to genetic engineering and i think there's a lot of confusion about that the scarf scott comes from a radical liberal family lineage of his father in fact was active in the swordsman just round up mounacir who use as a person which headed a bit about his father so let's check it out can we presume his legacy for doing the right thing.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Light verily may claim that anyone who opposes the idea oh genetically modified insect releases are simply fear mongering all you have nothing to worry about those who say you do our fear mongering so i'm a fear monger but see the same response i have for genetically modified insects is the same response i have to the big biotech giants who want to create genetically modified foods monsanto which by the way the show we did about the genetically modified populace giving the goahead from uruguay so we'll be getting more on that is bear has decided to take on monsanto seeds and start giving us sir uh you know bob it's equivalent to what paraquat harry that would require did the bear wanna back in the day i dunno i i just i just think that you know everything now is genetically modified and they say it's for our best interest but my gosh we have diabetes we have or be obesity we have we have all kinds of diseases i mean we're we're really doing badly here in the united states because of what we're eating so now imagine what were exposed to genetically modified mosquitoes why while we want to eradicate a group of mosquitoes what what is that due to the ecosystem well we know because most of the data is disappointing we can't seem to get the data there's not much transparency to all this recently we have reported that opponents of genetically modified foods have been correct with their concerns as multiple studies have surfaced over the past couple of years that indicated that gmo genetically modified foods connecticut modified organisms can be very harmful to the environment as well as pose a threat to human health it's no different than genetically modified insects mosquitoes especially because well they've already released into the public these mosquitoes without proper risk assessment on july six united states department of agriculture approved the release of a moth designed to self destruct in even new york its mission is to meet with wild diamond back mas where they are in agricultural test and produce offspring that will die before reaching maturity scientists cornell university's geneva campus is again working with oxy tack in this endeavor scientists have now installed a genetic kill switch in.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on KELO

"Mike cox detect light verily may claim that anyone who opposes the idea how genetically modified insect releases are simply fear mongering all you have nothing to worry about those who say you do our fear mongering so i'm of your monger but see the same response i have for genetically modified insects is the same response i have to the big biotech giants who want to create genetically modified foods monsanto which by the way the show we did about the genetically modified is giving the goahead from uruguay so it will be getting more on that is bear has decided to take on monsanto seeds and start giving us sir you know bobbitt's equivalent to what paraquat how did it with paraguay did marijuana back in the day i dunno i i just i just think that you know everything now is genetically modified and they say it's for our best interests but my gosh we have diabetes we have or be obesity we have we have all kinds of diseases i mean we're we're really going badly here in the united states because of what we're eating so now imagine what we're exposed to genetically modified mosquitoes wide while we want to eradicate a group of mosquitoes what what is that do the ecosystem well we all know because most of the data is disappointing we can't seem to get the data there's not much transparency to all this recently we have reported that opponents of genetically modified foods have been correct with their concerns as multiple studies have surfaced over the past couple of years that indicated that gmo genetically modified foods genetically modified organisms can be very harmful to the environment as well as pose a threat to human health so different than genetically modified insects mosquitoes especially because well they've already released into the public kubis mosquitoes without proper risk assessment on july six united states department of agriculture approved the release about moth designed to self destruct injured even new york its mission is to meet.

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"monsanto seed" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:04 min | 4 years ago

"monsanto seed" Discussed on KTRH

"Yeah half of apple map of africa the genetically modified the new from alphabet now it's not only genetically modified foods with genetically modified organisms the the genetic genetically modified plants the now they're you know instead of just putting in the feed enough glysophate give you cancer but see supporters of gm insects like oxytocin verily they claim that anyone who opposes the idea oh genetically modified insect releases are simply fear mongering all you have nothing to worry about it goes you say you do our fear mongering so i'm of your monger precede the same response i have for genetically modified insects is the same response i have to the big biotech giants who want to create genetically modified foods monsanto which by the way the show we did about the genetically modified populist giving the goahead from uruguay so it will be getting more on that as beer has decided to take on monsanto seeds in start giving us you it's the quivalent what paraquat harry that would require did the bear wanna back in the day i don't know i i just i just think that you know everything now is genetically modified and they say it's for our best interest but my gosh we have diabetes we have four be obesity we have we have all kinds of diseases i mean we're we're really doing badly here in the united states because of what we're eating so now imagine what we're exposed to genetically modified mosquitoes wide well we want to eradicate a group of mosquitoes well what does that do the ecosystem well we all know because most of the data is disappointing we can't seem to get the data there's not much transparency to all this recently we have reported that opponents of genetically modified foods have been correct with their concerns as multiple studies who surfaced over the past couple of years that indicated that gmo genetically modified foods radically modified organisms can be very harmful to the environment as well as positive tragic human health it's so different than genetically modified insects mosquitoes especially because well they've already released into the public bs risky does without proper risk assessment on july six the united states department of agriculture approved the.

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