Monsanto And Bayer Are Maneuvering To Take Over The Cannabis Market

This isn’t new news, but it’s important news. I invite all of you to do your own sleuthing, of course. This is just a good jumping off point.

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I’m still surprised that some are confused on this :thinking:

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Look, I don’t know who’s flagging this, but you need to stop. Now. This violates no tos.

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Yuck.

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Ok. @Hogmaster, @garrigan65, @Donaldj, @MacGyverStoner

@wickedale keeps flagging this and editing my topic because he deems it inappropriate.

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Buddy, you need to stop.

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Wait, what?

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Look, buddy, you’re the one bringing politics into this. I am really sick of your bs. This needs to stop. You are in the wrong.

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There’s nothing political about this article which discusses the cannabis industry. YOU are inserting your politics by removing the info. Talk about a freaking Nazi. You are not my buddy. Buddy is the nicest I could come up with.

Now, stop violating the terms of service. I have asked you repeatedly.

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@elheffe702

Right? Can you believe this guy?

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I’m just super confused.

I mean, did you read the article?

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This is in the member’s lounge. Lounge, dude.

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Bayer just lost a major lawsuit , billions and is looking at bankruptcy , might put a dent in their plans, and more are jumpin on board for more lawsuits.

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And frankly, changing someone else’s title to “Junk Topic” is much more inflammatory than posting a link to an article about the industry.

That is junk.

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It’s being taken care of. Ignore him.

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Done.

The question is, is there enough lobby power to gear the cannabis laws in their favor?

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I belong to a couple seed saver groups that are keeping heirloom seeds alive. I believe we can do the same with MJ seeds. One of the groups we have a blind seed exchange. Keeps things going. There are enough people in the world I think to keep the genetics out there if we all participate and not just watch.

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I hope so! There’s too much beautiful genetic variety now, to see it all potentially go away.

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