Supreme Court rules for Monsanto, says farmer violated genetically modified soybeans’ patent

by Robert Barnes

Farmers must pay Monsanto each time they plant the company’s genetically modified soybeans, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, rejecting an Indiana farmer’s argument that his un ­or­tho­dox techniques did not violate the company’s patent.

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