New Glyphosate Study Demonstrates That Attack on Most Widely Used Weed Killer is UnwarrantedWed, 01 Feb 2017 11:36:23 CST
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), a leading science and tech policy think tank, today released the followed statement from Senior Fellow Val Giddings on a recent report by German researchers who looked for glyphosate residues in mother’s milk:
Using the most sensitive analytical techniques available, these researchers were unable to find any evidence of glyphosate in mother’s milk from 114 German mothers who volunteered for the study. This is yet another demonstration that the attack being waged on the world’s most widely used weed killer is unwarranted and ill considered. Farmers need all the tools they can get to keep us fed and clothed, and taking these tools away despite repeated demonstrations of their value and safety is in no one’s interest.
Source - The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
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