Are genetically engineered seeds harming human health?

Alasdair talks to Professor Bart Elmore, author of 'Seed Money', about the history of American company Monsanto and its impact on people, plants and animals.
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American agrochemical firm Monsanto was the world’s largest maker of genetically engineered seeds until merged with German pharma-biotech giant Bayer in 2018. Its Roundup Ready® seeds, introduced twenty-five years ago, are still reshaping farms, landscapes and ecosystems all over the world. 

Bart Elmore is a professor of environmental history at Ohio State University, as well as an award-winning author. Alasdair spoke to him about his 2021 book on the history of Monsanto, Seed Money: Monsanto’s Past and Our Food Future. 

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