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Can I plant veggies in soil that has been treated with glyphosate.

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Depends on when and how much was applied,,,I would till and fertilize/lime/water the soil for a while before I planted something I was going to eat!!!!!

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there is nothing tobe feare.It is usually seen in the growth of tree.

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