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Monsanto’s Glyphosate Linked to the Death of Our Oceans and Coral Reefs

By Alex Pietrowski | Waking Times

Monsanto’s glyphosate, aka Roundup, is the most heavily used agricultural chemical in history, with some 3.5 billion plus gallons of the herbicide being used in the Unites States alone since its introduction in 1974. 627 more words



Just look at THEM!

Sitting there taunting me.  Ugly barbed leaves radiating from a central stem of Medusa-like yellow flowers and bulbs.  They laugh at me as their yellow flowers morph into fluffy parachutes, and float away.   341 more words

FOAX Price Increase

Foax ® (Clodinafop-propargyl)

Equivalent to Horizon®¹ (original)

  • Clodinafop-propargyl 240g/L
  • Surfactant comes FREE and is shipped separate to allow for varied spray rates

Post emergence herbicide… 69 more words


Dr. Bob Hartzler Talks Weeds on Conservation Chat Podcast

In the latest episode of the Conservation Chat podcast, host Jacqueline Comito sat down with Dr. Bob Hartzler, Professor of Agronomy and Extension Weed Specialist at Iowa State University. 427 more words


Thousands march worldwide against the world’s most hated company, Monsanto

Source: NaturalNews.com
Isabelle Z.
May 26, 2017

How can you tell if a company is truly evil? If actively covering up the fact that their highly profitable products cause cancer wasn’t your first clue, the knowledge that thousands of people around the world stage protests against them every year should illustrate the extent of their depravity quite nicely. 531 more words


Monsanto and our wheat supply

Do you ever find it strange that so many people in the past few years have developed a gluten/wheat intolerance? I can’t help but think back to my childhood, teen years and even 20’s and 30’s, when hardly anybody had an allergy to anything. 489 more words


Dorset chalk downland site sprayed with herbicide and re-seeded for farming.

It seems almost inconceivable that 20 years has passed since a Chalk Downland Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) was ploughed up in Sussex. The Offham Down case became a minor cause celebre during the election campaign of 1997 which swept Tony Blair to power – remember him? 1,335 more words