This article is part of National Geographic’s Glyphs, Glycols, and Phosphates series, which will publish more stories about the world’s top food and agricultural technologies each month.
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The first trane of glyphosate, glyphosatomium-9 (Glyphos), was synthesized in 1851, and it is used to control weeds and weeds’ roots, as well as to improve crop yields.
But it was not until 1967 that it was officially designated as a chemical that is safe for humans.
Today, its use is banned in most countries and its effects are being closely monitored by scientists.
In its first 20 years, the industry produced more than 300 million tons of GlyPhosate, the active ingredient in Roundup.
By 2012, glyphosate had become the most widely used herbicide in the world.
Glycols and GlyphoSat, another class of synthetic chemicals, are now widely used in agricultural production, as are glyphosate-based herbicides.
In 2013, the European Union banned all use of glyphosate for its use in crops.
A number of different companies produce Glypho products, but it is by far the largest.
The United States now uses more than half of the worlds total production.
Growers, feed producers and food processors around the world have all tried GlyphOsat, a chemical known for its ability to break down resistant crops and make them more resilient to pests and diseases.
Glyphophosat has been approved for use in several countries, including the U.S., Australia and New Zealand, and in some cases, its approval has been extended to other crops.
Some companies have been using Glyphocan, a synthetic form of GlyPyrrolidone that is used in a variety of agricultural applications, including to combat weeds.
GlyPho is used mainly in the U, UK, China, Japan, Korea, South Africa, Vietnam and Thailand, among others.
Golyphosats and GlyPhosat are both manufactured by a company in Shenzhen, China.
They are used in some varieties of corn, soybeans, rice, and soybean meal.
The two products are mixed together, and the final product is usually stored in an empty plastic bag, usually sealed in a plastic bagg.
It is then shipped overseas.
Gylphosamide is another synthetic herbicide, produced by a multinational company, and used in the production of soybeans and corn.
It has also been approved in a number of countries, as is Glyphotrol, a Glyphol and Glycol product, used for soybean seedlings.
Both the herbicides and synthetic chemicals are toxic to humans.
They also can increase the risk of cancer, birth defects and other health problems, and have been linked to birth defects in children and infants.
They can also be carcinogenic, causing cancers of the eyes, respiratory tract, skin and reproductive system.
The Glyphopyrrol-8 herbicide was approved in 1999 by the U: States, the EU, Canada and Mexico.
The U.K. banned its use for crops starting in 2018.