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Big Biotech’s Pesticide Use in Hawaii

The pesticide industry is a huge business, particularly in Hawaii, where the climate allows biotech companies to grow their genetically engineered (GE) crops year-round. But these companies prefer to keep you in the dark about their practices, despite their impact on both public and environmental health. FIC aims to unveil the ugly secret eating up an island paradise.

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“Whether one is skeptical, hopeful, or a mix of both about the science and technology of genetic engineering, we must differentiate between what is good for Dow, DuPont, Monsanto, Syngenta, BASF and Bayer, and what is good for farmers and farmworkers.”

—–ANDREA BROWER, Activist
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