What will be the end of Monsanto? Could it be lawsuits, new legislation, or perhaps even a tiny insect that is less than 0.10 mm in length.
To make matters worse for the company, the resistant rootworms are maturing earlier than expected this year. And with the enhanced growth has come enhanced birth rates, with the bug’s larvae hatching the earliest in decades.
Rootworms, Nature Overcome Monsanto’s GMO Crops
It is for this reason that the EPA has warned in the past that Monsanto’s crops will soon be ravaged by the insects. In their report on the subject, the EPA states:
Monsanto’s program for monitoring suspected cases of resistance is ‘inadequate’.
The statements have been reinforced by another group of concerned scientists. A body of 22 academic corn experts voiced serious concerns over GMO crop failures back in March, warning that a collapse of the GMO corn industry may soon follow — a particularly mighty prediction when considering that 94 percent of the US supply is currently of the genetically modified variety. It is also important to consider that much of the corn is not used for food, but for biodiesel purposes.
Will nature adapt to Monsanto’s genetically modified creations and lead to their downfall in the end?
EPA Finds Monsanto’s GMO Corn Ineffective, Creating Resistant Rootworms
Scientists Warn EPA Over Monsanto’s GMO Crop Failures, Dangers
Monsanto’s GMO Crops Ravage US, USDA Ignores Dangers
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Monsanto Investor Bill Gates Says GMO Crops Needed to Fight Starvation
This article first appeared at Natural Society, an excellent resource for health news and vaccine information.