Monsanto increases seed financing options, nonprofit contributions due to drought


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Due to the drought, Monsanto is offering additional pre-pay and financing options for its seed customers, according to Danielle Stuart, Monsanto public affairs.

The company also is doubling its contributions to the America's Farmers Grow program for drought-declared areas. The increased money will help agricultural-related nonprofit organizations weather tight economic times. Farmers may nominate their local nonprofit groups for a $2,500 contribution.  FarmersIInFarmers

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on Oct 3, 2013

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