USDA APPROVED LAST SUMMER GLYPHOSATE USE IN ORGANIC FOOD
While we were all distraced with the pandemic last summer a lot of deregulation happened.
Currently,investors are frantically promoting and financing Sustainable farming with Hydroponic (raised in water) crops, and it is a flatout scam.
This new industry they want to create produces GMO plants, fruits, and vegetables with artificial chemicals and with almost no nutrients (because nutrients come from the soil). These artificial biotech crops are now MARKETED AS ORGANIC, and last summer very quietly the USDA approved GLYPHOSATE use in Hydroponic food (produce).
herbicide-sprayed “organic” produce is faster and cheaper to produce, the grocery store price tag is also cheaper. As a result, real organic farmers who put time and effort into organic weed control are becoming less preferable to customers. After all, who wouldn’t buy a cheaper pack of unsuspecting faux-ganic tomatoes over real organic tomatoes? If the consumer doesn’t spot the difference, then they’re going to go for the cheaper option.
Marie Burcham, an attorney and director of domestic policy for Cornucopia chimed in after news of the inclusion of hydroponics into USDA organic certification. “It’s vital that consumers understand what is happening here…If you see cheap ‘organic’ tomatoes or berries out of season in your area, those are almost certainly hydroponically grown! They are often so cheap, they are putting real organic farmers — farmers who care about the health of the land they farm — out of business.”