Monsanto

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Group.png Monsanto  
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Monsanto logo.svg
Formation1901
FounderJohn Francis Queeny
Parent organizationBayer AG
HeadquartersCreve Coeur, Missouri, U.S.
Typecommercial
InterestsChemical warfare, GMO, Glyphosate
Interest ofWilliam Engdahl
SubpageMonsanto/Board
Chemical weapon and GMO corporation

Misleading Advertising

In 2014, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) of South Africa ordered Monsanto to immediately withdraw a radio advert which made unsubstantiated claims about GMO products, i.e. that GMOs enabled "Monsanto "to produce more food sustainably whilst using fewer resources; provide a healthier environment by saving on pesticides; decrease greenhouse gas emissions and increase crop yields substantially.” [1]

RBGH

Full article: Stub class article RBGH

Agent Orange

Full article: Stub class article Agent Orange

Monsanto along with a number of other companies produced Agent Orange, a defoliant used in Vietnam.

Acquisition by Bayer

The acquisition of Monsanto by Bayer was successfully completed in June 2018. [2]

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:How Monsanto silences scientific dissentcommentary3 December 2013James Corbett
Document:Monsanto Exposed as Source for White Phosphorus Used in Gaza Massacrearticle6 February 2016Justin GardnerEvidence that the White phosphorous munitions used by Israel during their 'Operation Cast-Lead' action against Gaza in 2008-9 and in contravention of the Geneva Conventions, were supplied by Monsanto
Document:Monsanto and the mortal danger to traditional agriculturewebpage20 August 2011Siv O'Neall
Document:Open Letter on Retraction and Pledge to Boycott Elsevieropen letter4 December 2013Institute of Science in Society
Document:Retracting Séralini Study Violates Science and Ethicsarticle4 December 2013Mae-Wan Ho
Peter Saunders
Document:The Great Seed Robberywebpage21 August 2011Vandana Shiva
File:Glyphosate Worse than We Could Imagine Engdahl.pdfarticle27 April 2019William EngdahlThis article summarizes some recent developments about Glyphosate (Bayer/Monsanto).


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