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Kelley, Iowa<br />
August 28, 2014<br />
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Since the 1970's Don Huber, an Emeritus Professor of Plant Pathology at Perdue University, has been studying the environmental and human effects of "glyphosate", the primary broad-spectrum systemic herbicide used to kill weeds on more than 80% of American farms. He discusses with Iowa corn and soy farmers the short and long term harmful effects of the pesticides, herbicides and fungicides they use and they listen intensely.<br />
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He is accompanied by Iowan Bob Streit who graduated with degrees in Plant Pathology, Pest Management, and Agronomy.