Certicated seed with Round Up ready sign on it. Soya was a crop that the Brazilian farmers were willing to grow without using GMO. What we heard many times is that the non GMO product wasn't paid for so they started to drill GMO seed. Saving 5 times of spraying. Unilver CEO Polman doesn't seem to be willing to pay morte for non-GMO, but savely at home he quotes in the financial press that farmers are getting paid to much. I think he is trying to saveguard his enormous bonus and the shareholders value. We saw a lot of alligators in Brazil, but Polman is crying with crocodile tears! He'd better tell the consumers that the era of stable prices are over.