Harvard: Pesticide residues on produce devestate sperm count

Sperm count in males eating high pesticide residue produce was half that of men eating lower pesticide residue produce, according to a study from Harvard University. Not much of a surprise since the chemi-kills used for agriculture were repurposed from being WWII chemical warfare agents. Spraying death on produce to increase production is good for the bottom line of big Ag but not for sperm count.

Here is the documentary The World According to Monsanto for some of the insanely diabolical history of one of the biggest in the chemical and GMO food game.