Saturday, 11 March 2017

Glyphosate presence in honey raises concerns

The Western Producer

For years, environmentalists have said insecticides must be banned to protect bees. Now, some of those same environmental groups are saying that glyphosate must be banned to protect consumers from tainted honey. Story here.




A Manitoba honeybee hive. PinP photo.

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2 comments:

PinP said...

Thanks to the Western Producer for this cautionary tale. We must not forget that the foremost health authority on Earth, the WHO, has proclaimed that glyphosate probably causes cancer in humans. Please also read "Field of Nightmares. Ottawa continues to embrace the widespread use of Roundup on Canadian farms, by letting corporate seduction trump scientific evidence." http://www.planetinperil.ca/2012/09/field-of-nightmares.html

bigjohn37 said...

Yes, thanks to the Western Producer for spreading the truth about this covert poison, peddled as all-spectrum herbicide. It kills weeds very efficiently. The question is: WHAT ELSE DOES IT KILL (even if slowly). Apparently, ALL LIVING THINGS! Just look at independent science!