Intellectual Property Law: the Intellectual Property of Seeds
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It furthermore states that the farmers no longer have the right to store the seeds for the next harvest (Rogers, 2010). This law has both pros and cons, and this paper purports to highlight them, and to provide an explanation and insight into the law. Previously, the seeds that the farmers used, such as those of soy bean, cotton, and wheat, were wild, naturally selected, or non-genetically selected by the farmer himself for cultivation (Shiva, 2012).