How Monsanto Destroyed Rural Argentina | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

How Monsanto Destroyed Rural Argentina

In 1996, Monsanto came in with its promises of higher crop yields and lower pesticide use, selling its GM soy seeds, as well as corn and cotton seeds. The farming communities took to these promises only to find themselves using nine times more agrochemicals by 2013 at a combined 84 million gallons per year, compared to nine million gallons in 1990, and faced with a surge of health problems such as hypothyroidism, chronic respiratory illnesses and cancer.

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