The Glyphosate Myth, and Ag Statistic Surveys
University of Florida horticulture professor Kevin Folta says Food Democracy Now has strong views against modern agriculture, and in their study, they didn't use a correct baseline for each individual sample.
Folta says science has never reliably detected any levels of glyphosate in foods.
USDA's National Ag Statistics Service is reminding farmers to respond when they are contacted for survey requests.
Director of National Operations Joseph Prusacki tells Brownfield USDA farm service program offerings are directly related to data collected from farmer surveys and if they don't get enough responses in a particular county, they can't publish a number.
He says accurate NASS data is vital when planning for the 2018 farm bill and directly connected to the type of resources farmers have access to.