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Monsanto Defeated by Super Weeds

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  • Twenty-one species of “super weeds,” resistant to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, have popped up around the globe since 1996
  • The United States, which leads the world in genetically engineered crop acreage, is also seeing the worst infestation of super weeds; currently, 13 resistant weed species cover more than 11 million acres, mostly those planted with Monsanto’s genetically modified (GM) soy, corn and cotton crops
  • Glyphosate-resistant super weeds are threatening Monsanto’s lucrative GM Roundup Ready crops, so the company has taken the threat seriously; unfortunately, their “solution” involves the use of even more herbicides on farm fields
  • Aside from the creation of super weeds, glyphosate has been linked to health problems including endocrine disruption, DNA damage, developmental and reproductive toxicity, neurotoxicity and cancer
  • You can get involved to help generate a tipping point of consumer rejection to make GMOs a thing of the past

By Dr. Mercola

Twenty-one weed species around the world are now resistant to glyphosate, up from zero in 1996 -- the year Monsanto started marketing its genetically engineered Roundup Ready crops.

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