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GlyphosateGlyphosate is a sustainable plant option that farmers can use to ensure our food supply for the future.
The world's population is growing. グリホサート It is no secret. It's not a secret that the world's population is increasing. In 2050, the population will be 9.7 million people.1 However, the area of land that could be utilized for agriculture around the world isn't growing in the same way as we do. This poses significant challenges to farmers that are responsible for providing high-quality food for Canadians as well as other people worldwide.

Canada is the fifth largest exporter of food products across the world.2 Canadian farmers will be crucial in providing food for the population that is growing. They will have to satisfy a higher demand than ever, manage pests and diseases in addition to weather fluctuations and ensure their land remains fit for the future.

グリホサート To meet increasing demands, farmers will have to produce 70% more food by 2050. *Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. How to feed the planet by 2050

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Farmers aren't equipped the increasing demand. The good news is that current technology, which includes herbicides like glyphosate, and other tools, can assist farmers to manage the weeds with greater efficiency and effectiveness which will result in an environmentally sustainable and stable food supply.

What exactly is Glyphosate?

Glyphosate is a popular choice as a non-selective, versatile herbicide by land managers as well as gardeners from all over the world. It's been in use for more than 40 years. It acts by reducing the activity of an enzyme plants (in this instance, weeds that are not wanted plants) require to grow. These enzymes aren't present in either humans or animals.4 Thus, when used correctly, glyphosate does not pose a risk to either.5

There's also a wide variety of applications for glyphosate that go beyond agriculture. It's used in cities to protect people and wildlife from toxic plants.6 It is also used for railroads to enhance the visibility for conductors as well as prevent accidents on the tracks.

In recent years, glyphosate is received more attention and is now being utilized in our everyday life. While it's important to question what's in our food, it's important to note that over 160 international government health regulatory agencies which includes Health Canada, agree that glyphosate is safe for human consumption when employed correctly.8

Canadians are able to learn about glyphosate's applications, and the role it plays in food production and sustainable farming practices. It can help reduce the stigma associated with this tool, which is one of many used by farmers to ensure that everybody has access to safe, affordable, and readily available food.

Why use glyphosate in agriculture?

Consumers, farmers, as well as the environment all benefit from the use of herbicides containing glyphosate in the field of agriculture. It is essential to efficient controlling weeds, secure food supply, environmental sustainability and sustainable weed control. Let's look at each one.

In the world, farmers are losing between 30-40% to 40% of their crops due to diseases, pests as well as weeds.9 According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UNFAO) the losses could be doubled when crop protection strategies are not used. It's a tragic loss particularly for farmers, especially considering that these crops are their main source of income.

It's not surprising that farmers have come to rely on tools each year. Glyphosate is a chemical that can be applied to crops that are resistant to glyphosate. This is a proven method to control harmful weeds.

Crops against. Weeds: the battle of their life

Glyphosate can give crops a fighting chance.

Canada and the world have many advantages: Affordable, plentiful food

The population is increasing and the majority of the land used for food production is in danger because of soil degradation and desertification.10 This is leading towards an increase in food security. http://jsct-web.umin.jp/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/28_4_368.pdf Canadians will pay less than 55% for food, if there is no technological advances in agriculture, such as the use of glyphosate.11

In addition the food we love to eat will become increasingly difficult to get. But the good news is that farmers can continue to produce our most loved staple food items due to the science of breeding plants.

Glyphosate can do more than help keep your produce at a reasonable cost. Glyphosate also serves to aid farmers in caring for their most valuable asset, that which Cherilyn Jolly Nagle from Mossbank, Saskatchewan, says is their land.

Keep food we love to eat on the tables

Crop protection tools like glyphosate are used to safeguard crops against diseases and pests. Farmers are able grow.

42% more grains like wheat and corn

72% more fruit

83% more potatoes and vegetables12

These are the clear benefits. But is glyphosate actually safe?

The answer is yes. Like any pesticide, it must always be used in accordance to the label directions. The glyphosate usage regulation in Canada is controlled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The agency examines crops for pesticide residue to make sure farmers are using the product correctly. The agency also oversees the Pest Management Regulation Agency (PMRA), which provides guidelines, evaluations of product submissions and rejects or approvals. They are home to one of the most comprehensive evaluation procedures anywhere in the world.

In addition, to making sure that herbicides approved by the FDA are used correctly by farmers, the regulatory agencies will also ensure that an appropriate and safe use of glyphosate is maintained by farmers, manufacturers as well as animals, so that there is no risk resulted to the natural environment or animals.

The use of precision technology and agriculture has enabled farmers to gain more control over their application of glyphosate. https://auctions.yahoo.co.jp/search/search?rkf=2&p=%E3%83%A9%E3%82%A6%E3%83%B3%E3%83%89%E3%82%A2%E3%83%83%E3%83%97&aucmaxprice=999999999&thumb=1&s1=score2&o1=a&isdd=1&ei=utf-8&fixed=3&nockie=1&isnext=1&ex_cat=2084006160,2084008038,2084034075&rewrite_ok_wand_re_search=1 They can also determine exactly where and how the glyphosate is used.

Concerning pesticide residue, it is uncommon for glyphosate to be found on food items and, in the case of limits, to cause harm. CFIA ensures that farmers are using herbicides properly and following the established limits of residue16. It is very rare to detect glyphosate in food items at low levels, which is well below the Government of Canada's limit.17 Since it does not pose any danger for humans or animals18.

Glyphosate is an ingredient used in sustainable farming practices

Farmers utilize herbicides, such as glyphosate to manage weeds and pests in their integrated practices. This means they use more herbicides than just weedicides. Glyphosate has helped them implement conservation tillage/no-till practices that provide long-term benefits for the soil, air, and the general environment, including:

- Elimination or reduction of plowing/tilling of land

Reduced CO2 emissions

- Capturing carbon in soil

- Improving soil health

- Reducing water runoff and limiting erosion13

"No pesticide-related regulatory body around the globe considers glyphosate to present a risk of cancer to humans at current exposure levels." -- Health Canada (January 11, 2019).

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. https://www.acis.famic.go.jp/syouroku/glyphosate/index.htm How to provide for the whole world by 2050

Now is a better time than ever for Canadian farmers to have access to the tools, technology and resources needed to meet growing demands for food production.

Farmers will continue to keep our food safe and plentiful by observing good agricultural as well as food safety , and pest control practices. And glyphosate is just one of many tools they'll use to ensure Canadians, and people around the world, have access to nutritious and affordable food today and for the years to come.
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