From: Dan Kuespert <dkuespert**At_Symbol_Here**JHU.EDU>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Substitute for Roundup Herbicide
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2016 11:39:26 +0000
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If you're trying to get away from it because of the potential carcinogenicity, I can't help you. If you're trying to eliminate it because of the threat to aquatic invertebrates, that hazard actually comes from one of the surfactants used in the standard Roundup. Use Roundup Pro, which can be used near wetlands.


Dr. Daniel R. Kuespert
Homewood Laboratory Safety Advocate
Krieger School of Arts & Sciences/Whiting School of Engineering
The Johns Hopkins University
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3400 North Charles St.
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On Mar 23, 2016, at 15:10, Wayne Phan <Wayne.Phan**At_Symbol_Here**POMONA.EDU> wrote:

Hello all,
Is there another herbicide that we can use to replace Roundup that you recommend?  We are trying to get away from Roundup Herbicide.



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