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In 1974, Monsanto developed a new herbicide called Roundup®. The original Roundup® formulation and the Roundup brand herbicides that followed were developed to control a wide variety of weeds, grasses and broadleaf plants. The active ingredient in the herbicide is called glyphosate. A majority of Roundup brand herbicides contain three components – the active ingredient glyphosate, water and a soap-like surfactant blend.
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