Paul Salopeck reports on consolidation in the seed industry in Conservation Magazine.
Here’s an excerpt
“An unprecedented monopoly on food seeds is taking root, particularly in developed countries, that may decide farming’s success or failure in an era of wrenching climate change. And a debate is growing in food-security circles regarding the wisdom of concentrating our crops’ germ plasm, or genetic inheritance, within the board rooms of a shrinking number of Big Ag corporations.”
The whole article can be found here