MSG Sprayed on Plants

Betty Martini bettym19 at
Sat Aug 1 18:57:15 EST 1998


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been asked to
rescind a recent action that allows processed free glutamic acid (MSG)
to be sprayed on vegetation, including growing fruits and vegetables.

AuxioGro WP Plant Metabolic Primer contains approximately 30% MSG.  It
may be sprayed, at times by airplane, on crops of snap beans, lettuce,
peanuts, tomatoes, and potatoes.  Crops may be sold with MSG residue,
and there is no reason to believe that hte product will not affect
groundwater and drinking water.  Its use will soon be expanded to
other crops unless its use is stopped.

For further information contact:  Jack L. Samuels  (619) 481-9333
                                                  adandjack at

Betty Martini, Mission Possible International (the dangers of aspartame (NutraSweet)

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