I asked weed scientist Dr. Pam Hutchinson if, in her view, the use of glyphosate in growing crops posed a major health risk to the public. One of the things I do work with are herbicides. There has been issues about it. One of them is about glyphosate. Unfortunately, one small group in the World Health Organization, W.H.O., came out with information where they said glyphosate increased some types of cancer. And as it turns out, there's been scientists have done these huge mega studies where they've looked at thousands of people across the United States that have worked with Roundup Glyphosate. And one of those groups is, of course, the applicators that are out in the field. And this group from W.H.O. said, well, working with the herbicide, they increased by 60% over what is regularly seen out in the population, which is about 2%. But let's say if you 00.001, you'll get 0.002 and you can say that's 100% where it's not really something that you can use in the real world. The other thing I'll say is the United States were one of the most safest with our pesticide program for getting something registered. My little research out in my field is just a very small part, a huge part of environmental impact to people's health. And it takes ten years to get a product registered because of all those kind of tests. So we're not going at this in a willy nilly way. Speaker1: To me, the safety question is still up for grabs.