Recent comments by: One health
Testing for glyphosate and its residues has been both expensive and insensitive until recently. But technology is now increasing understanding that it is not as harmless as first hoped.
Glyphosate increases disease susceptibility in crops amongst other negative impacts which compound over time. Yields will shrink with increasing use, and farmers will lose out paying for more chemical, and getting less crop. And consumers will unwittingly eat more of it.
Better non-chemical alternatives are needed, alas research currently remains obsessed with breeding chemical resistant crops to increase use rather than decrease it.
http://stopogm.net/sites/stopogm. net/files/webfm/plataforma/Kremer Preface2009.pdf
Glyphosate increases diseases in crops. You won't find that on a label - but scientists are documenting serious problems with it.