Comment: I think there's more to this

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I think there's more to this

Check out one of the posts someone made. has a link to an older article. Seems like the guy was knowingly seeking out Monsato's GMO seeds in his second crops to use.

What I don't get is how they expect their patent to follow a PRODUCT of their ORIGINAL product. If I buy equipment for a factory, build the factory, then start to produce Widget X, the company I bought the equipment from when building the factory to make Widget X do not have rights to Widget X nor can they sue me for using their equipment to make Widget X...right? That seems like what Monsato is trying to do. A patent shouldn't follow the PRODUCT of a PATENTED product.

If ignorance is bliss, Washington DC must be heaven.