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originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: Chadwickus
Yes of course.
That makes it perfectly safe.
But I'll avoid the damn stuff just to be on the "safe" side thank you.
originally posted by: RuneSpider
originally posted by: rickymouse
All natural doesn't mean a thing. That is pretty well understood. It is just an advertising pitch, there is nothing governing all natural. If you want to get it glyphosphate free, buy organic and hope the next field over isn't getting glyphosphate sprayed on it on a windy day.
I doubt if the lawsuit will go anywhere, it will get thrown out of court. Let the buyer beware.
Even if it's glyphosphate free, organic crops use chemicals a plenty too. Heavier than most newer types of agriculture.
Fertilizer, pesticides, herbicides. Chemicals a plenty. Always have been.