Likely effects of dousing
90+% of all corn, soybeans, peanuts, and cotton grown in Georgia
in Roundup and other toxic chemicals,
often drifting onto other people’s land, schools, shops,
It’s not that hard to grow the same crops without those poisons
and without the toxic seeds that require them;
not that hard and more profitable.
Yes, I know Jeffrey M. Smith is not a biological scientist
or medical doctor.
But many of the sources he cites are.
The IRT release also indicated that glyphosate, a weed killer sold
under the brand name ‘Roundup’ was also found to have a negative
effect on intestinal bacteria. GMO crops contain high levels of the
toxin at harvest.
“Even with minimal exposure, glyphosate can significantly
reduce the population of beneficial gut bacteria and promote the
overgrowth of harmful strains,” the report found.
The Agriculture Department has approved a label for meat and liquid
egg products that includes a claim about the absence of genetically
It is the first time that the department, which regulates meat and
poultry processing, has approved a non-G.M.O. label claim, which
attests that meat certified by the Non-GMO Project came from animals
that never ate feed containing genetically engineered ingredients
like corn, soy and alfalfa.
publishes a letter
from Col. (Ret.) Don M. Huber,
Emeritus Professor, Purdue University,
APS Coordinator, USDA National Plant Disease Recovery System (NPDRS).
Dear Secretary Vilsack:
A team of senior plant and animal scientists have recently brought to
my attention the discovery of an electron microscopic pathogen that
appears to significantly impact the health of plants, animals, and
probably human beings. Based on a review of the data, it is widespread,
very serious, and is in much higher concentrations in Roundup Ready (RR)
soybeans and corn-suggesting a link with the RR gene or more likely the
presence of Roundup. This organism appears NEW to science!