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    Default U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-epa-reaffirms-glyphosate-does-194528295.html

    For those who just don't know, glyphosate is Roundup.
    The grass killer that everyone is all excited about.
    gooberment here is all up in arms about banning Roundup.
    Like everything else, they just didn't have all the facts, before making a big deal out of it.
    I kind of hope Roundup starts to sue all the states that attacked them.
    Of course millennials, and damacrats, will say that the EPA is wrong.
    Wonder if Roundup is going to sue to get back the money they were forced to pay out.
    I hope so.
    Right is right.

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    Default Re: U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by abunaitoo View Post
    U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-epa-reaffirms-glyphosate-does-194528295.html

    For those who just don't know, glyphosate is Roundup.
    The grass killer that everyone is all excited about.
    gooberment here is all up in arms about banning Roundup.
    Like everything else, they just didn't have all the facts, before making a big deal out of it.
    I kind of hope Roundup starts to sue all the states that attacked them.
    Of course millennials, and damacrats, will say that the EPA is wrong.
    Wonder if Roundup is going to sue to get back the money they were forced to pay out.
    I hope so.
    Right is right.
    it's all about right wing corruption and death to civilization, no surprise you like this. be sure to spray it directly on everything you eat

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    Default Re: U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    Don't use Roundup on weeds. Save um for punishment by having a sentence of pulling weeds for minor crimes.

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    Default Re: U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    I found an excellent remedy for weed control here https://grass-killer.com/reviews/gre...killer-review/ , before irrigating the entire territory, I tentatively checked this remedy in a small area, everything worked fine. penetrates deeply and affects the plant under the root. Thus, removing weeds from the root, you will prevent their further growth. You will also prevent thickening of weeds. At the same time, you can maintain the integrity and neat appearance of your lawn.
    Last edited by joeanybody; May 16th, 2020 at 06:46 AM.

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    Default Re: U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    You mean the same EPA that has been gutted by the so-called president? All these agencies have been politicized by questionable appointments by the so-called president.

    Quote Originally Posted by abunaitoo View Post
    U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-epa-reaffirms-glyphosate-does-194528295.html

    For those who just don't know, glyphosate is Roundup.
    The grass killer that everyone is all excited about.
    gooberment here is all up in arms about banning Roundup.
    Like everything else, they just didn't have all the facts, before making a big deal out of it.
    I kind of hope Roundup starts to sue all the states that attacked them.
    Of course millennials, and damacrats, will say that the EPA is wrong.
    Wonder if Roundup is going to sue to get back the money they were forced to pay out.
    I hope so.
    Right is right.
    Peace, Love, and Local Grindz

    People who form FIRM opinions with so little knowledge only pretend to be open-minded. They select their facts like food from a buffet. David R. Dow

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    Default Re: U.S. EPA reaffirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer

    I was initially skeptical of your recommendation so I checked it out on Amazon. It has received about 2000 reviews and is rated at 4.5 stars. It might be worth a try but not by me. I mulch my yard with natural materials and don't have any weeds.

    Quote Originally Posted by joeanybody View Post
    I found an excellent remedy for weed control here https://grass-killer.com/reviews/gre...killer-review/ , before irrigating the entire territory, I tentatively checked this remedy in a small area, everything worked fine. penetrates deeply and affects the plant under the root. Thus, removing weeds from the root, you will prevent their further growth. You will also prevent thickening of weeds. At the same time, you can maintain the integrity and neat appearance of your lawn.
    Peace, Love, and Local Grindz

    People who form FIRM opinions with so little knowledge only pretend to be open-minded. They select their facts like food from a buffet. David R. Dow

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