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GMWatch Sep 24
Indian govt affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch again demands a 'complete ban' on glyphosate More than 100,000 people have also signed a petition demanding a ban
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Jefferey Jaxen 21h
Still waiting for that GMO labeling promise from 2015...I guess we have to settle for being lectured for being 'fat' by their CEO...Does he know GMO's are linked to obesity? Does WF have a position on in food?
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GMWatch Sep 20
Vietnam's millions of Agent Orange victims are still fighting for justice. Still trying to get a lawsuit off the ground against chemical companies like that produced this toxic pesticide And Vietnam has banned dioxin-linked products &
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GMO Free USA Sep 23
Newly revealed emails between government officials and Monsanto parent Bayer AG show that actions taken by U.S. government officials to convince Thailand not to ban were largely scripted and pushed by Bayer.
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GMWatch Sep 18
For the 2nd time this month, plans to spray have been pulled after protesters occupied the land. ~377 hectares of woodland won't now be sprayed. "I think people have just had it. It's like, no, this can't go on. This [spraying] is ridiculous"—protester Nina Newington
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GMO Free USA Sep 22
When it comes to transparency, 93% of respondents noted that they think food companies should disclose if their ingredients are sprayed with during growing.
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GMWatch Sep 23
Bayer Coordinated with U.S. Government to Stop Thailand from Banning Using the weight of the US govt to intervene in foreign countries on behalf of chemical companies is... par for the course
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Non-GMO Project Sep 22
"Communications obtained by the Center through a Freedom of Information Act request reveal a coordinated effort between U.S. officials and powerful, multinational corporations to thwart actions abroad that might harm sales of their products."
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Activist Post 9h
Glyphosate decreased growth even if the amount of in the soil decreased fast during the growing season.
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PAMELA CASSIE 2h
Doug McKenty Roundtable Discussion on navigating environmental exposures like
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GMWatch Sep 24
Trials of alternatives to could see herbicides eliminated from Guernsey “They’re a lot better for the environment and are more sustainable in the longer term.”
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GMO Evidence Sep 23
It is great to see that the clean food movement is growing - being supported by the best brands:) Glyphosate Residue Free is providing a new level of transparency for consumers.
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Farm Fairy Crafts 13h
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GMWatch Sep 23
Canadian Farmers Union Says Industry Can Stop Using With Support From Government Sector needs support during the transition away from glyphosate. There's a need to invest in
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Dining Enthusiasts 7h
The water in US has about 7,000 more than the allowable limit for animal damage:
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StopthesprayBC 3h
As wraps up, here's a beautiful mixed forest in that was logged, then sprayed with like the other 50,000 hectares a year in that province, to eradicate deciduous and grow vulnerable conifer monocrops. So smart!
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Beyond Pesticides Sep 23
The Trump administration has allowed corporate interests to dictate American governmental action on toxic .
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Farm Fairy Crafts 4h
NCBI is a Patented Antibiotic- The Effect of Glyphosate on Potential Pathogens and Beneficial Members of Poultry Microbiota In Vitro:  
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Bill Rawls, MD Sep 22
A 2019 study found , a carcinogen in Roundup, in 21 common foods. Get real talk on why weedkiller in your cereal is truly scary from Dr. Bill Rawls:
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CropLife Australia Sep 22
Australia’s food production system is so strong that 3/4 of what is produced is above our needs and exported. Conventional, modern farming methods & plant science help farmers produce these impressive yields.
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