We know that Monsanto doesn’t allow farmers to save seeds, but no sprouting? What could the reason be for that little caveat? We also know that any agreement made with Monsanto is one-sided. In other words, Monsanto creates its agreements to cover Monsanto’s assets. It’s a liability issue. We tell you what to do, and if you don’t do it, then we can either sue you or absolve ourselves of any responsibility if you do not follow the instructions in the TUA to the letter. So, why no sprouting?
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