The answer is most likely. Between glyphosate and genetically modified food (GMO's), it's pretty strong argument that both have contributed to not only Morgellons, but many other diseasesand mental conditions such as autism, diabetes, infertility, lymphoma cancer, Lyme disease, and so on. See my update GMO's--Connection to Morgellons: Savior or Destroyer .
Nevertheless, with Spring comes weeds. Strangely, many with Morgellons have become infected with skin parasites while gardening. If you've been following my updates, you'll never use Round Up (glyphosate) again to kill weeds. Other than pulling them out by hand, what can you do?
1. Weed wacker: For weeds growing between my patio stones, I use the weed wacker to get rid of them. True, years ago, I was guilty of using Round Up, but never again, I've learned too much about it's hazards and how it destroys our immune system.
2. Barrier fabric: Yes, you can buy rolls of fabric about 36" wide that you can cover areas where you don't want weeds. I have it in my rose bush garden. Just made an opening in it where I planted the roses. I also used it under my stone garden where I have a Japanese Maple and another ornamental shrub. However, after a few years, enough debris from leaves deteriorating can accumulate to support seedlings. The good news is that they are easy to pull or you can use a non toxic weed killer--non toxic to you but toxic to plants.
3. Non Toxic Weed killer: For weeds growing in my ivy, both the barrier fabric and weed wacker are impracticable. Time for a home-made weed killer. As reported in a previous update, Evil Monsanto Found Guitly, you can make your own. "Combine one gallon of vinegar with two cups of salt and two tablespoons of dish soap (stir until the salt dissolves) and it will work even faster. The combination probably won’t work as fast as Roundup – and may need more applications. But it also won’t cause cancer."
And instead of using insecticide, use our plant shield. It is created from renewable plant sources and actually degrades pesticides previously used, cleans the plant of debris and organisms, and it stimulates growth.