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EPA just approved another toxic herbicide linked to infertility...

• http://www.naturalnews.com, by Mike Adams

Dicamba has been in use for years, and is an ingredient in more than 1,000 farming and gardening products. Under the EPA's new guidelines, however, its use is expected to increase on a massive scale.

Dicamba use will increase current levels more than 20 times

The EPA approval covers the use of dicamba for spraying dicamba-resistant GMO cotton and soybean crops that were developed by (you probably already guessed it) Monsanto as an alternative to its glyphosate-resistant GM crops.

From The Daily Sheeple:

"Dicamba is part of Monsanto's two-point plan: replace glyphosate (the main ingredient in the company's best-selling RoundUp weed killer), as it increasingly comes under fire, and create public acceptance of the GM crops engineered to withstand dicamba.

"Monsanto's own conservative estimates predict that dicamba use on soybeans will likely rise from around 233,000 pounds per year to 20.5 million pounds per year — and dicamba use on cotton could go from 364,000 pounds per year to 5.2 million pounds per year."

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