HARMFUL: Research suggests glyphosate products inter- fere with the minerals in food plants.
HARMFUL: Research suggests glyphosate products inter- fere with the minerals in food plants. SVproduction

Gardener's Glyphosate concerns

KEEP your garden clean and green, and maximise the vitamin content of your vegetables by feeding your soil with plenty of compost and avoiding spraying with glyphosate products.

New research suggests these toxic chemicals not only interfere with the mineral content of food but can contribute to health problems.

Garlic and chilli sprays, squashing bugs, bird and bug nets and bags are all natural ways to keep your garden pest-free.

Healthy plants are also more resistant to attack so feed that soil.



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