By Barbara H. Peterson

Farm Wars

Well folks, it’s gardening time again, and time to find out if your neighbors have sprayed poison on your soil. If they have, then you might want to think about remineralizing it to counteract the negative effects of Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup Ready weed killer. Dr. Huber tells us that Glyphosate kills plants by stopping nutrient uptake so that pathogens can kill them. Therefore, it stands to reason that contaminated soil needs to be removed, or at the very least, have nutrients added back in to have a viable crop.

You might be a Roundup Ready terrorist if…

  • You spray your weeds and other vegetation with Roundup with no regard for wind drift onto your neighbor’s garden area.
  • You feed your friends and family foods sprayed with Roundup and don’t tell them.
  • You support Monsanto and its Roundup Ready terrorist program by buying GMOs.
  • You think that anyone who asks you and Monsanto to keep your Roundup Ready hands off his/her good, clean food is a nut.
  • You poison the planet with Roundup and think it’s a good thing.

© 2011 Barbara H. Peterson

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3 Responses to “You might be a Roundup Ready terrorist if….”

  1. Don’t buy the watered down farm store/mega mart round-up. Spraying on a windy day is out. Spraying r u on weeds usually calls for a second spray with your fingers crossed that it will work. It is a rip off to you and the environment. Boycott anything Monsanto related!

  2. maria says:

    Just found out my bee host is about to kill my honeybees by spraying roundup all over her feild! WHY???I am moving those girls outta there!

  3. Pierre says:

    Hi Barb I know well about what RR is doing at the northern province of Chaco, Argentina as a desaster area and were people are dying each week from Monsanto poison unfortunatly nobody are helping those very poor Chaco people.
    In Bolivia at Santa Cruz province 75% of soja plantations are under RR spray with a lot of consequences on the near future.
    I moved from Argentina few months ago and now I am living at the beautiful city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, I will report to you Barb. any local problem with RR around town.
    Kind regards.
    Pierre.