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“They’ve got a beautiful package. They’ve got seeds that are resistant. They phase out the non-GE seeds and don’t do any research on non-GE, they do all the research on GE varieties and they market those very heavily. They also make farmers sign agreements that they will not save these seeds, breed them or anything because, after all, they own the product — it’s patented. And then the farmers are locked in to buying the chemicals. It’s a beautiful system,” [Dave] Rogers said.
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