Bayer Cropscience was formed in 2002 when Bayer AG aquired Aventis Cropscience. Aventis Cropscience was a combination of Hoechst and Schering (AgrEvo) and Rhone-Poulenc. Bayer Cropscience is heavily involved in the genetic engineering of food in additon to conventional agrochemical business.
The company is desperate for genetically modified crops to be grown commercially. Most potential Frankenstein crops to be planted in Europa are owned by Bayer Cropscience. But if Bayer gets away with GM crop commercialisation, it could open the floodgates for widespread growing of GM food - we can not afford to let this happen. By targetting Bayer Cropscience and forcing them to not produce GM seeds, we can stop the commercial growing of GM food all over Europe.
Please read the following reports on Bayer´s attempt to grow GM crops:
Bayer´s GM Oilseed Rape: Negative Impact on Wildlife
GM firms finally give up on planting in Britain
Bayer pulls out of Genetic Engineering Research in India
Letter to the 25 EU Member States: Reject Bayer's application to import genetically modified rice into the EU
Bayer´s shareholder meeting in Cologne: BAYER URGED TO QUIT GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOOD
Interview: Protest against genetic engineered food
Australia: GM Trial breach exposed