Monsanto en The Morning Cram [seed wars edition] <p></p><p><strong>From NPR: </strong>An Indiana farmer looking for cheap soybean seeds for a second, smaller harvest has been taken to the Supreme Court by the largest seed company, <a href="">Monsanto</a>. 75-year-old Vernon Hugh Bowman signed a contract with the seed giant to not save and replant any of his harvest.</p><p>Monsanto wants to be his sole provider, but their seeds are “Roundup Ready” and more expensive, especially for a small second planting. Bowman bought a motley of seeds from his neighbors for his second harvest thinking Monsanto wouldn’t care. Boy, was he wrong. Mon, 18 Feb 2013 14:55:00 +0000 Whitney Jones 28191 at The Morning Cram [seed wars edition]