The United States has become the first country to officially become a “herbal country” where herbicides have been used to clean up the soil and kill weeds, according to a report from the Center for Public Integrity.
The report, published on Monday, analyzed data on the use of herbicides by the EPA, USDA, and the Department of Agriculture, and found that the United States is now the world’s leading producer of herbicide-resistant weeds and has the highest rate of weed deaths in the world.
The report cited data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that shows the average number of herbicidal weeds in the United State rose from 4.4 in 2016 to 6.3 acres in 2021.
This is the first time the United Kingdom and Germany have been considered a “natural-source country” as the government uses the term to describe countries where a majority of crops are grown from natural sources.
This is a new position that has been created by a recent bill that allows the U and UK to produce herbicides from natural resources and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
The U.K. and the U, however, have also been the most active users of herbivores, including livestock, for over a century.
The U. Kingdom’s herbicide use for livestock rose from 6 percent in the 1970s to 14 percent in 2017, according the report.
In the United states, the rate of herbivation of livestock rose between 12 percent and 13 percent from 1980 to 2016, while the number of acres that are herbivore-based fell from 7.8 million acres in 2000 to 5.3 million acres by 2017.
The United States, however is still the second-most-herbivore country in the Western Hemisphere, behind only Argentina, where herbivorous cattle and sheep are the most common, the report found.
The rise in herbivory is a reflection of the fact that the U (and Europe) are in the process of transitioning away from fossil fuels and toward sustainable agricultural practices.
In 2017, for instance, the U was the second most-herdivorous country in Latin America and Africa, behind Brazil, the new report said.
The USDA said that the agency is working to develop new regulations to help protect livestock from the herbicides.
“Our goal is to provide a pathway for producers to continue to grow their livestock without relying on herbicides,” USDA’s Scott Dannemann told the Center.
“It’s about the farmer, it’s about what they need to feed their family, it doesn’t matter where you are in terms of how much you grow your livestock.”
The report also found that since 2017, the number to be herbivored has doubled from 7,200 to 14,700, and that the rate at which herbivoring is happening has doubled.
The rate of growth is also growing faster for livestock that are not herbivorians, with the number being more than 10 times higher than for those that are.
In 2017, herbivorers accounted for 5 percent of the US population, up from 2 percent in 2016.
The trend of herbivist livestock is expected to continue in the coming years.
In 2020, herbists accounted for 6.6 percent of all farm animals, up almost 10 percent from the previous year, according data from Agriculture Department’s Animal Feeding Statistics.
But according to the report, this trend is not going to go away anytime soon.
“With increasing use of synthetic herbicides in livestock, a substantial portion of the population is likely to be subjected to a high risk of being herbivorously herbivorged,” the report said, adding that it will be important for the U to “develop the appropriate regulatory and enforcement policies for the growing of livestock.”