posted on May, 19 2017 @ 06:47 PM
Pretty good article. Roundup seems to actually be used for it's ability as a miticide, particularly in this case as a funguside. Dangerous fungus
can grow on grains, the bleaching and bromating took care of those and the micotoxins the fungus created that are bad for people. Glyphosate is not
classified as a miticide but it is actually a very powerful miticide. but for people who cannot detox this chemistry it can cause lots of problems.
I did some extensive research on this chemical. I do not agree with them using it preharvest. Germany outlawed it preharvest after a couple of years
because it was causing sickness. They actually found that it did not hurt their food supply to ban it for preharvest, some farmers were scared they
were going to have problems, convinced by Monsanto that they would lose profits. It never happened. It was another of Monsanto's deceptions to
increase sales of their product.
In my genetics I was flagged for problems with some pesticides, glyphosate, and triclosan. These are the only ones that were researched,
organophosphate chemistry that I can not detox very well. I can't get information on the herbicides used on potatoes and a lot of other veggies as
related to genetic risk, they have not been tested as to genetic risk yet.
I grew up on the farm in the summer, we moved in town for the winter. I was with my dad working in the fields. I didn't care much for planting
strawberries, that damn planter fingers kept grabbing my fingers when I put the plant into it for planting. I was a rich kid compared to other kids.
My sister and I split the self picking strawberry field sales, fifteen cents a quart, plus I got extra for picking berries to sell to the association.
that was seven cents a quart. That was quite a bit back in the sixties, and I also had contracts with a couple of businesses to clean their offices.
so I made way more than any other kids my age. I would pull in about three hundred bucks in the summer from working on the farm in the sixties plus
my cleaning jobs money. I have a problem with society today saying kids don't need to work at all if they do not want to. By the time I was
seventeen I had a new boat, my own gun, and a motorcycle I bought myself with my own money. I also had lots of camping gear and an expensive
telescope and microscope I bought on my own and I also had three hundred bucks in my own savings account at the bank. By the time I was fifteen I had
two hardware charge accounts I got by myself, my father told them he would guarantee I paid. I always paid my bill on time.
Sorry for getting off the topic of agriculture. I guess some companies in Canada are refusing treated oats and grains now.
edit on 19-5-2017 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)