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EPA Official Accused of Helping Monsanto ‘Kill’ Cancer Study on That Herbicide Kiwis Spray Everywhere

The Environmental Protection Agency official who was in charge of evaluating the cancer risk of Monsanto Co.’s Roundup allegedly bragged to a company executive that he deserved a medal if he could kill another agency’s investigation into the herbicide’s key chemical. 226 more words

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2017 Curbside Weed Control

Another year in Dover, and with it, more Roundup.

Once again, contractors will be spraying herbicides along the curb lines of our downtown area streets, sidewalks and parking areas on or around the first week of June, July, August, and September. 483 more words

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Dicamba

Let’s talk about herbicides. It’s almost the time of year when we’ll start seeing the spraying equipment hitting the fields around here, so let’s talk about herbicides, one in particular called dicamba. 739 more words

Agriculture

The Monarch

They search for a new frontier
A new land, through the Rockies and the Appalachians
Over the thickets and prairies
They fly to a mystical land that once belonged to the Aztecs… 170 more words

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BAM! Monsanto Denied!

Monsanto Denied Request to Overturn California Cancer Warning on Roundup Weed Killer

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Monsanto’s popular glyphosate-based weed killer, Roundup, may cause cancer—at least in California—where a federal judge denied the multinational seed and chemical corporation’s bid to overturn a 2015 state ruling to label it as a cancer risk. 541 more words

Health

The Poisoning of Our Children - Why You Should Buy Organic or Grow Your Own

“Children are especially vulnerable to the effects of many chemicals, but industrial chemicals are rarely tested for health and safety before sale ” ecochem.com

“Each day in the… 838 more words

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Industry to air concerns about herbicide-resistant weeds

The Pacific Northwest agricultural industry will discuss herbicide resistance developing in weeds at a Jan. 24 listening session in Pasco, Wash.

Concerns about the increasing number of cases of herbicide-resistant weeds have prompted the industry to hold seven listening sessions across the country to look for answers. 10 more words

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