GLYPHOSATE the cause of massive ocean die-off in the Bay of Fundy (northeast of Maine)

From Douglas Yates:

Stephanie Seneff, MIT scientist and glyphosate expert, says land managers are responsible for the unprecedented ocean die-off in the fall of 2016 in the Bay of Fundy region (northeast of Maine). Land managers permit aerial spraying of glyphosate to suppress the forest’s hardwood component in order to promote faster-growing conifers. Apparently, managers fail to account for glyphosate’s solubility in water. Rain and gravity transport the herbicide to the tideline.–the-harmful-poisons-being-pushed-on-the-public (Bay of Fundy reference at 10:30 minutes)

Massive Ocean Life Die Off: Nova Scotia

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