Published on 14th June 2016 by

Hunger For Soya (2005): Genetically modified soya plantations could change Argentina’s fortunes forever.

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The vast grass plains of the Argentinian Pampas are slowly being transformed into a monoculture of genetically modified Soya crop. The mutant soya is resistant to harsh weed killers, which are now sprayed without care. Although profitable, the switch to Soya has left many unemployed, displacing people and animals and damaging the ecosystem.

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