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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this timely blog about organic produce and pesticide residue on conventional crops. I can taste a big difference (improvement in taste) with organic fruits and veggies when compared to the other kind. Studies are now proving that organic is better nutritionally than conventionally grown crops. In March 2015, The World Health Organization in March classified glyphosate, an ingredient in Roundup, as a probable carcinogen to humans based on a study published by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. Even though veggies like corn (maize) hasn't been heavily sprayed with pesticides, it does not mean it is safe to eat. The process of making seeds resistant to drought, insects, weed killing, or increase productivity includes injecting toxic chemicals like Roundup into the gene of the seed and genetically modifies it (GMO). Pesticides can pollute the environment and the growing and handling of conventionally grown crops sold in supermarkets are usually highly unacceptable to me. I buy organic or from local sources I know and can trust. Warm regards, Nancy A. @obloggernewbie.blogspot.com

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