Jeff Kirkpatrick: Why Glyphosate should be Banned

This is a working post that will be updated periodically. This is shared from the main website, Ban GMOs Now. Last update: November 16, 2016

“A global ban or phase-out of glyphosate use is a matter of urgency, and with that, widespread adoption of non-GM sustainable agriculture.”

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Why Glyphosate should be Banned

By Jeff Kirkpatrick – Ban GMOs Now

This blog post is intended to provide information about some aspects of glyphosate so that anyone who is interested in doing more research can use this as a source to assist in that process. It is not meant to be a full report about glyphosate and its many issues.

This is the featured article: “Why Glyphosate Should Be Banned,” by Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Dr. Eva Sirinathsinghji, Institute of Science in Society; October 10, 2012

[This article also preceded a much more detailed report.  See below for more details on “Banishing Glyphosate,” by Dr. Eva Sirinathsinghji & Dr. Mae-Wan Ho et al, Institute of Science in Society; August 2015 – updated on September 15, 2015].

This article was published in 2012, three years before the IARC’s review concluded glyphosate was a probable carcinogen, Group 2A.1 Recently Monsanto’s…

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