November 19th, 2012 - Jill Ettinger
Pesticide-resistant rootworms that have recently become a problem for Midwest farms growing Monsanto’s genetically modified corn are now showing tolerance to Syngenta’s GMO corn and chemicals as well, cites new research.
Read More:Rootworms Developing Cross-Resistance to Various GMO Crops & Pesticides
September 9th, 2012 - Jill Ettinger
Swiss biotech corporation, Syngenta, has launched a campaign promoting the safety of atrazine, the controversial chemical herbicide targeted in the recent documentary “Last Call at the Oasis.”
Read More:Syngenta Launches Pro-Pesticide Propaganda Website
June 21st, 2012 - Jill Ettinger
What’s being called “mysterious cattle deaths” in Hesse, Germany, has led to criminal charges filed against Switzerland-based multinational biotech company, Syngenta, for allegedly covering up animals’ deaths recorded in trials that resulted from the ingestion of the company’s genetically modified Bt176 corn variety.
Read More:DOA: Cows Fed GMO Corn Died, Syngenta Faces Criminal Charges
February 14th, 2011 - Jill Ettinger
A genetically modified (GM) corn variety developed exclusively for ethanol use in fuel was approved last week by Agriculture Secretary, Tom Vilsack, amidst a chorus of food manufacturers concerned the biotech corn will contaminate non-GMO crops.
Read More:New GMO Corn Variety for Ethanol Production Gets USDA Approval