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Years now I've seen the crop dusters on the wheat two weeks before Harvest yep it's glyphosate

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posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 04:15 PM
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I finally searched it found out where they're admitting to put in glyphosate on I was off looking for a human vaccine being sprayed on wheat.

I'm still thinking they're putting some kind of vaccine on wheat I did find some links to that.

But they're admitting that they put round up on the harvest....

they have to wait by law 14 days after the application the Harvest.

They say they do it to make uniform dryness of the grapes....

I'm just a little bit miffed, I was hoping for a world where they didn't do stuff like that I guess not too many people know.

Yep I think it's smart of them
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posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 04:17 PM
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S O B .....
Is what I meant to say



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 04:18 PM
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How we like our wheat now baby!

S O B



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 04:25 PM
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Gott Tamm it....
I got a sister named Tami.




GOTT TAMM glyphosate right before harvedt let soak in and work through down yeah.
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Crapp

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I used to really appreciate wheat Chex sob
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posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 04:41 PM
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And they do not care if there is a water source near like a river.



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 05:09 PM
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I did not know this and I live in Kansas, this is criminal. what did they do fifty years ago to ensure uniform dryness in wheat?



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 05:20 PM
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originally posted by: PhilbertDezineck
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I did not know this and I live in Kansas, this is criminal. what did they do fifty years ago to ensure uniform dryness in wheat?


think they called it sunshine
then what you prob need is a high protein level in the grain



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 05:25 PM
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originally posted by: solve
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And they do not care if there is a water source near like a river.
I was going to mention that I'm glad you asked.

There was a bank parking lot in a highway right there so the age of the wheat field went out to the highway at us 380 and a Bank nestled in amongst the farmer's field which is about 80 acre field.

And there's another problem the wheat was harvested about 11 days after it was sprayed
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posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 06:00 PM
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originally posted by: GBP/JPY
I finally searched it found out where they're admitting to put in glyphosate on I was off looking for a human vaccine being sprayed on wheat.

I'm still thinking they're putting some kind of vaccine on wheat I did find some links to that.

But they're admitting that they put round up on the harvest....

they have to wait by law 14 days after the application the Harvest.

They say they do it to make uniform dryness of the grapes....

I'm just a little bit miffed, I was hoping for a world where they didn't do stuff like that I guess not too many people know.

Yep I think it's smart of them

Funny enough I was just thinking about Roundup tonight since we have a heavy mist right now, and yes, it can migrate into the air in these conditions, it's also so much longer lived in the ground than Monsanto led people to believe, and of course it's a carcinogen.

Having said that, Roundup seems to be still available for specialist use, like for injecting into Japanese knotweed for instance, which is becoming a big problem here in NI.



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 06:06 PM
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If i recall right they do it to kill the plant starting the drying prosess at the same time so its all ready to harvest

I heard about this years ago its not a new thing

I wouldent eat it



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 08:12 PM
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Funny timing, personally. I cheated and had some gluten today, thinking a little wouldn't hurt, despite a doc suggesting I stay away. Be darned if I don't feel poisoned.

Thanks a lot Monsanto.

Our entire industrial food chain is poisoned. I sorta just wish they'd kill us faster, but I guess that will impinge on profits.

I used to think the gluten free thing was a fad.



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 08:12 PM
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Yeah, pretty sure they do it on every other crop too.
It kills off leaf material so it drys faster and has less moisture content so it doesn't mold in storage/transportation.
Cancer for profit basically.
The crops are genetically modified to grow in certain levels of the poison that other plants like weeds can't handle.
So they are soaking the crops in it during the growing cycle, then finally overdosed to death to "dry" them.
Our food supply is drenched in the proven cancer-causing chemical.

I'd like to see some research on the effects of injesting "flash killed" vegetable.
It's has to have some effect on a cellular level.
Probably "melts" your dna, or some other cellular mutation from eating mutated food.

Corporate poisoning of the heartland.gross



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 10:05 PM
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Can anybody tell me, in which year did the start with spraying glyphosate?

In the 60's and 70's food was much better.
I remember the 80's when fruits began causing allergies for me in that days.

Which kind of (another) foot poison was that?



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 11:06 PM
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Yup, I have been complaining of that practice for a while. They use it to dessicate the wheat and other grains so it does not get bad. The glyphosate gets absorbed into the wheat berry if the grass is not fully dry.....it is never fully dry all at one time...the level in Cheerios was way over the allowable amount allowed in food. That preharvest treatment started around 2011 or 2012. They raised the allowable residue in grains almost ten fold to allow for this practice of decication. I am sure that the FDA will again raise the allowable limit way higher in our foods since it is high in so many things

There is no real proof that it is safe in higher amounts in foods. You cannot take evidence by the lower levels in food and use it as evidence of high levels in food.....but I guess the FDA has allowed it along with the department of Agriculture.

There are lots of conditions related to glyphosate poisoning, mostly chronic conditions that take years to form as the glycine in muscles, cartilage, tendons, and bones is replaced by the organophosphate bound glycine molecule from glyphosate in the collagen. This also causes lots of gut issues and also effects the blood brain barrior and all blood vessels and nerves,

It is not a drastic short term effect, but over years it can cause some very bad diseases.

We switched to organic wheat and grain products four or five years ago, I do not mind a little of this grain in my diet but too much is no good. I was having stomach issues and thought I might be allergic to wheat and glutens, but when we switched to organic flours and cereal grains, most of the problems started going away. Am I sure it was the reason? No I cannot be sure, but after a year so many of those problems were reduced down to a quarter of what we used to have. We were making most of our bread before, using commercial Dakota Flour, and switched to Dakota organic flour. It raised the cost of a loaf of a loaf of bread and six hard rolls from a buck five to a buck and a quarter, I am not going to complain about twenty cents extra for six rolls or four hamburger buns and a loaf of bread. Plus, it tastes better, way less bitter, you do not have to add much sugar to cancel out the bitterness of the pesticide.

There is often a little glyphosate in organic flour, it drifts from field to field when sprayed, but it is way less. Also, since that point of time everyone's glyphosate levels in their blood and tissues increased, so it is not just being peed out. It is not safe at the new allowable levels, plus it is incorporated into the collagen of the meats we eat since the level in grains for cows is ten fold higher than in human foods.



posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 11:15 PM
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originally posted by: lotusaugen
Can anybody tell me, in which year did the start with spraying glyphosate?

In the 60's and 70's food was much better.
I remember the 80's when fruits began causing allergies for me in that days.

Which kind of (another) foot poison was that?


They did controlled trials of using it for decification for a few years before it became acceptable and promoted to use in 2011. Glyphosate almost tastes the same as organophosphates, I know both smells and tastes well, glyphosate has a little different smell than the new organophosphate pesticides, which smell like DDT pretty much, but they were only using a little glyphosate back in the seventies, those levels wouldn't hurt people. Glyphosate was used to clear crab grass, then npk fertilizer was boosted to make it so crabgrass couldn't grow well. They used it once about every five to seven years in the old days. Now they are using it every couple of years most times.

food grown with minimal pesticides and no glyphosate tastes a lot better, it also tastes better when the soils are not burnt out. Each plant absorbs a certain percentage of certain minerals. what grows best varies by soil concentrations. Also, maple syrup on high manganese soils seems to taste much better tasting.
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posted on Jun, 15 2020 @ 11:29 PM
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Monsanto developed and patented the use of glyphosate to kill weeds in the early 1970s and first brought it to market in 1974, under the Roundup brandname.

Also, if you look at autism rates, they start their drastic increase around 1980

The first Roundup Ready crops were developed in 1996, with the introduction of genetically modified soybeans that are resistant to Roundup. These crops were developed to help farmers control weeds. Because the new crops are resistant to Roundup, the herbicide can be used in the fields to eliminate unwanted foliage.



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posted on Jun, 16 2020 @ 08:51 AM
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Thank you two for the detailed answers;
Will need a little bit time to go through it.

But I was not aware, that glyphosate is existing and used for such a long time.

May be It will cause also the increasing autism rates?

Has ever anybody found a hint for increasing Alzheimer rates eventually caused by glyphosate?
Cancer rates are already in context with it.

At my work we have two people they got Alzheimer with about 50 years old.
But this is only a question. May be other reasons responsible for that.



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posted on Jun, 16 2020 @ 09:05 AM
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The context with the parallel (!) increase of autism of children and applied glyphosate to corn and soy crops must be more than a coincidence.

How terrible is this.
And why is it so difficult to stop the use of glyphosate? The mighty money system has its tumb on it.



posted on Jun, 16 2020 @ 09:21 AM
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I have to use this stuff at work. I get zero protection. I hate it.



posted on Jun, 16 2020 @ 11:22 PM
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originally posted by: lotusaugen
a reply to: rickymouse

and reply to BadBoYeed


Thank you two for the detailed answers;
Will need a little bit time to go through it.

But I was not aware, that glyphosate is existing and used for such a long time.

May be It will cause also the increasing autism rates?

Has ever anybody found a hint for increasing Alzheimer rates eventually caused by glyphosate?
Cancer rates are already in context with it.

At my work we have two people they got Alzheimer with about 50 years old.
But this is only a question. May be other reasons responsible for that.




There seems to be a connection between glycophosphate and dementias, but there is no evidence yet that it can directly cause it. This was up till about a year ago, but I did not see any new official testing being started at that time. It would take years to complete the testing and monsanto has lots of money it gives to testing organizations for work, if someone starts a test, Monsanto will give them some work....don't bite the hand that feeds you. Maybe that is why it is inconclusive so much when it comes to Monsanto.

Elevated Homocysteine levels can be related to increased dementia risk. Low taurine levels in the brain is tied to increased dementia. Too much dopamine in the brain also can cause alzheimer disease. Excess aluminum, probably from alum in foods consumed too much can lead to dementias, with vaccine aluminum adjuvants raising the level even though the aluminum compounds in vaccines is not very high...add it to the baking powder and quick melting cheese and pickle aluminum and it can increase the risk a tad.

Fluoride in water can cause a disruption of the pinial gland, which is the library of virus antigens that the pitituary gland uses to create antigen instructions for our immune system, but I do not see a direct relationship with fluoride and dementia anywhere. Too much calcium to fire calcium channels or too much glutamate can increase dementia risk. I can go on and on with different things. Another thing, grains in general are converted to glucose and glucose can increase dopamine levels too high if overconsumed, but that is not related to the glyphosate in the brain.
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