After months of negotiations, Monsanto announced on Wednesday that it would not try to purchase competitor Syngenta.
Tomatoes on Jeff Mease's farm make it onto plates at his restaurant Lennie's. Succotash with corn, peas. Living Roots doesn't want USDA organic certification.
In the past few years, Monsanto has purchased weather analysis companies and big data firms. The company now wants to buy the Swiss chemical company, Syngenta.
Farmers fighting herbicide-resistant weeds will likely look to spray more chemicals. Researchers are trying to determine which herbicides could cause cancer.
Big food and agriculture companies have spent millions of dollars on PR strategies to infiltrate social media and conceal the bias of “expert” sources.
In an effort to make the world's largest seed and pesticide company, Monsanto has offered to buy Syngenta. But the Swiss company isn't accepting -- yet.
Here are five things you should know about the World Health Organization saying Roundup could cause cancer.
The European Union has decided to allow individual nations to ban GMOs on grounds including town and country planning.
Farmers who switch from Roundup to Enlist will be nearly doubling the amount of chemicals they pour on their land.
Measure 92 would have required raw and processed foods sold in the state of Oregon to be labeled if they contained genetically modified organisms.
On Election Day, GMOs are a hot topic in Colorado, Oregon and Maui.
Opponents of labeling genetically modified organisms boosted their spending in 2014 as states considered labeling laws.
Vermont is in striking distance to pass the country's first law to require labels on GMO foods – and they're already bracing for lawsuits.
A new documentary film has explored a global movement to stop plummeting diversity in the world's food seed stocks.
Keep calm and cook on this Thanksgiving. Judith Dern gives tips for how to make this year's meal flawless. Mulled wine and an apple dessert with Daniel Orr.
Both sides of the GMO food debate like to claim science supports what they’re saying, and that leaves consumers in a bit of a bind.
Indianapolis was one of 436 cities worldwide that held a March Against Monsanto event on Saturday, May 25.
Monsanto and Dow Chemical have been developing new genetically-modified seeds, but the USDA has hit the brakes on their release to market.
The act, which was inserted into the stopgap budget bill, tells the USDA it can go against court rulings to allow GMO cultivation. But is this a new power?
Farmers would love to continue using their favorite seeds in generic form, but they may find there is only a limited window of opportunity.