Quote: Originally Posted by petros
You imagined that. It is used in spring not 3 month later prior to harvest.
If you are going to make sh-t up, go do it elsewhere stoner.
Do you know why it screams Bullsh-t? RoundUp isn't used on wheat.
Why Is Glyphosate Sprayed on Crops Right Before Harvest?...
...What is not so well known is that farmers also use glyphosate on crops such as wheat, oats, edible beans and other crops right before harvest, raising concerns that the herbicide could get into food products....
...Glyphosate Used to Speed Up Wheat Harvest
Charles Benbrook, Ph.D., who published the paper on the mounting use of glyphosate, says the practice of spraying glyphosate on wheat prior to harvest, known as desiccating, began in Scotland in the 1980s.
“Farmers there often had trouble getting wheat and barley to dry evenly so they can start harvesting. So they came up with the idea to kill the crop (with glyphosate) one to two weeks before harvest to accelerate the drying down of the grain," he said.
The pre-harvest use of glyphosate allows farmers to harvest crops as much as two weeks earlier than they normally would, an advantage in northern, colder regions."
Why Is Glyphosate Sprayed on Crops Right Before Harvest? - EcoWatch
"Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide..."