In late June, India joined Russia, China, Brazil, and 49 major industrialized nations in REQUIRING GMO LABELING. So far, 50 countries either restrict or ban the use or cultivation of GMOs outright.
NEW DELHI, India, August 9, 2012 (ENS) - The Indian state of Maharashtra has revoked Monsanto's license to sell genetically engineered cotton seeds.
The move comes amid an investigation into the rising suicide rates among Maharashtra farmers that have been planting the seeds. Some have suggested the high cost of the seeds, which have failed to repell cotton pests as promised, and the debt incurred by farmers as a result has been a contributor to more than 8,200 suicides in the past decade in the Vidarbah region of the Indian state... http://ens-newswire.com/2012/08/09/maharashtra-state-revokes-monsantos-cotton-seed-license/
THOUSANDS OF DYING FARMERS IN SRI LANKA: STUDY LINKS KIDNEY DISEASE TO AGROCHEMICALS
April 29, 2013 The Center for Public Integrity
NEW URGENCY TARGETS MYSTERIOUS KIDNEY DISEASE IN CENTRAL AMERICA http://www.publicintegrity.org/2013/04/29/12582/new-urgency-targets-mysterious-kidney-disease-central-america
HARVEST OF HYPOCRISY: FARMERS BEING BLAMED FOR GMO CROP FAILURES | February 9, 2013 - Global Research http://www.globalresearch.ca/harvest-of-hypocrisy-farmers-being-blamed-for-gmo-crop-failures/5322807