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Anyone else interested in the glyphosphate cancer debate.

Postby Andyp » 13 Nov 2017, 19:48

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Re: Anyone else interested in the glyphosphate cancer debate

Postby Rod » 14 Nov 2017, 10:48

Somebody’s been a bit naughty.

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Re: Anyone else interested in the glyphosphate cancer debate

Postby 9fingers » 14 Nov 2017, 12:15

Rod wrote:Somebody’s been a bit naughty.

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Is it just greater degrees of communication these days or is nearly everything we hear about tainted with some degree of corruption these days? :evil:

Monsanto have been made out to be evil for years but this stinks of another faction acting against them.

I've probably got a half lifetime supply of super concentrated glyphosate for my weed killing needs. When that runs out I'll possibly be too gaga to care about the weeds on the patio and next doors ivy and bindweed will have taken the garden over and I'll just mow that instead! :lol:

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Re: Anyone else interested in the glyphosphate cancer debate

Postby Andyp » 14 Nov 2017, 12:21

If one takes the article at face value I cannot understand why the WHO would want to cover up the scientific studies in such a way. With ever increasing demands for food production around the world how can it be in the best interests of the WHO to facilitate a ban on the product.

I'll be stocking up on Roundup anyway.
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Re: Anyone else interested in the glyphosphate cancer debate

Postby Rod » 14 Nov 2017, 15:49

Puzzled me too but I don’t know who runs the WHO except the new boss gave Mugabe a position of Goodwill Ambassador until there was an outcry.

Probably corrupt like FIFA etc etc

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Re: Anyone else interested in the glyphosphate cancer debate

Postby chataigner » 14 Nov 2017, 20:48

9fingers wrote:
Rod wrote:Somebody’s been a bit naughty.

Rod


Is it just greater degrees of communication these days or is nearly everything we hear about tainted with some degree of corruption these days? :evil:

Monsanto have been made out to be evil for years but this stinks of another faction acting against them.

I've probably got a half lifetime supply of super concentrated glyphosate for my weed killing needs. When that runs out I'll possibly be too gaga to care about the weeds on the patio and next doors ivy and bindweed will have taken the garden over and I'll just mow that instead! :lol:

Bob


I've done the same. Just before the ban came into effect I bought 5l of concentrated Glyphosate. The last batch of 5l lasted me 11 years and i have a much smaller property now.

Anyone want to be nominated in my will for a couple of litres of glyphosate in round 15yrs time ? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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