"Roundup Ready"

Neil Jones neil at nwjones.demon.co.uk
Wed Aug 14 11:00:24 EDT 2002

On Wednesday 14 August 2002 02:40 pm, jh wrote:
> And let us not forget that glyphosate contains trace amounts of
> polygrypholite binding particles which break down into trimogriphying
> formucules.  While in isolation this should not be a problem, when mixed
> with the sterabilating trabulaculytes it could fimulate the noonahs big
> time!
> How will this affect the Monarchs?  Who knows.
> Sorry.
> John

ROFL. Oh come on! it wasnt _that_ bad! :-) This is a scientific forum after 
all. It is only high school chemistry, or at least I would have thought so.

If you are desirous of a superabundance of egregiously obfuscating, 
erudite, sesquipedalian, phraseology then I can do better than that! :-)

Seriously though folks, we can reasonalble expect glyphosate to have an 
effect on soil microflora.

Neil Jones- Neil at nwjones.demon.co.uk http://www.butterflyguy.com/
"At some point I had to stand up and be counted. Who speaks for the
butterflies?" Andrew Lees - The quotation on his memorial at Crymlyn Bog
National Nature Reserve


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