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Whatever is fueling the bromance between Donald Trump and Mauricio Macri is working well. Argentina’s lemons were exported to the US after a 15-year ban, and its aluminum escaped the American’s new tariff regulations. What’s next? Argentina has officially started

On May 17th, Argentina’s vital soybean industry was dealt yet another significant blow in a seemingly never-ending series of setbacks. Crops have suffered catastrophic damage due to flooding so far this year, and now US agrochemical giant Monsanto has decided …

Argentina’s struggling soybean industry received another blow on Tuesday when Monsanto Co., one of the world’s largest producers of genetically-modified seeds, announced it will halt its plan to distribute its new disease-resistant soybeans in the country because of a dispute …

It may be time for us to reconsider the link between Zika and microcephaly — the birth defect that causes babies to be born with abnormally small heads, which has become one of the primary concerns behind the rapid spread …

In this day and age, it’s pretty much an accepted fact that Monsanto — US agrochemical company largely dominating Argentina’s soybean production and export — is FIFA’s agricultural equivalent: a very powerful and seedy (ha ha) organism making absurd …

On Friday, Patrick Moore, supposedly non-Monsanto GMO lobbyist, started an interview clip with, “I do not believe that glyphosate in Argentina is causing increases in cancer. You can drink a whole quart of it and it won’t hurt you.” Glyphosate, …

You may have heard of the recent environmentalist protests against Monsanto, possibly on this very site. Conversely, if you follow some environmental activist friends on Facebook, you may have spotted a trend in Monsanto-related share posts recently. No need …