I've decided to bump #Lagrange to v1.16 since there is a couple of small new features now implemented, like this input prompt zooming that helps you better see what you've written when typing a longer message.
It uses the same Zoom In/Out/Reset keys as the browser page.
You know when you have a feeling you've never really understood properly and then you read someone else describe it perfectly and explain it for you? That's how I feel about my appreciation for magic words and wizards and this post by @firstname.lastname@example.org
glysophate is often sprayed in wheat fields even though wheat is not modified to be tolerant to the poison. They do this because as it kills the plant, it reacts by growing larger (heavier) berries which means a higher yield. It also means faster harvesting because you don’t need to wait for the grass to die off naturally. How much of that increase is glysophate doesn’t really matter because government has already decided that it’s safe for human consumption.