India’s transgenic cotton tragedy
Hopes of a genetically modified crop bonanza in India are fading fast. Maharastra state has banned the use of a particular type of transgenic cotton made by industrial giant Monsanto, saying it’s a threat to people’s lives and to other crops.
Posted on July 17, 2013, in Big Pharma, buisiness, Food, GMO, Government, Health, politics, SCIENCE and tagged Bacillus thuringiensis, Cotton, Genetically modified food, Government of India, India, Indian government, Maharashtra, Monsanto. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.