thermal; orphans: 2; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; white-space: normal; widows: 2; word-spacing: 0px; "background-color: #ffffff;" > María José Ball is biologist and agricultural technical engineer. He will deliver a lecture in BioCultura on the environmental consequences of the mass cultivation of GM, we extract a paragraph from the interview published the website of ASociación Vida Sana
-A' to what the environmental problems arising from this issue?
All pesticides / herbicides are released into soil, waters, Airea ¢ â ' ¬â¦ without exception. These molecules pass land to both consumption and irrigation waters. In the case of Catalonia, recent analytical in waters have shown that virtually all have residues of glyphosate. Different species of bacteria and fungi in the soil are affected with inhibition of their growth. In the case of insects, bees are the most affected, causing an increase in your larval mortality. The same happens with ladybugs. For vertebrates, has been shown that decreases the resistance to infections in fish, increasing its number of malformations, and they are very toxic to amphibians.
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