Besides wheat, some of the other important crops where Roundup is used as a pre-harvest desiccant by the banker financed farmers are barley, sugar cane, rice, seeds, dried beans and peas, sugar cane, sweet potatoes, and sugar beets? Only be buying these crops in organic form can anyone avoid the collateral damage from this practice.
The 'industry' claims that using Roundup as a desiccant on crops prior to harvest may save the farmer money and increase profits. Or it may not, but one group that does make money is the banks loaning the farmers the money to buy the crap and apply it [ and of course Monsatan itself]. The banks are owned by the .01%ers, as corporations only have one master - shareholders profits. Industrial agriculture runs on credit. When a farmer, or any business, this is a culture wide strangle hold, goes for a loan, the bank demands that the farmer, or logger or ? agrees to use 'the best business practices' as defined by the bank.
So the farmers don't make extra profits by poisoning us, but the banks sure do. Personally i don't give a shit about the profits of any of 'em compared to the health of the consumer who ultimately consumes those ground up wheat kernels especially by those ignorant of what is happening and its effects. Until recently the herbicide industry has claimed that Roundup [glyphosate] is minimally toxic to humans, research published in the Journal Entropy strongly argues otherwise by shedding light on exactly how glyphosate disrupts mammalian physiology.
Billions of people globally are aware that chemical and energy-intensive industrial food and farming as a whole pose a fundamental threat to public health, the environment and the climate. Industrial agriculture is not only destroying the biosphere that supports us all, but it is poisoning us as it depletes the soils.
As all non-industry funded research consistently shows the significant nutritional differences' between organic and non-organic foods it is obvious that capitalism's tentacles touch every corner of our world. There are, like the organic farming and perennial grass solutions to sequestering GHGs, solutions to the mess we've made but they require hard work, sacrifice and change.