One of the most common pesticides are Glyphosate and/or Roundup which is harmful to aquatic insects, have widely varying half-lives in soil, and have been associated with damage to the nervous system, reproductive system, respiratory system, and skin. Roundup usage is probably endangering the health of the person using it and damaging the very crops they are trying to protect. Although Roundup will most likely bind to the soil particles where it is applied and stay there for months or years, it can also migrate from those particles to adjacent soil or water, where it will damage seeds, worms, ladybugs, etc. Depending on your method of application, it may await you in your salad. In Monsantoâ€™s own tests, Roundup was found on lettuce five months after it was applied. Read more
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