I got into the weed-killing business in my 20s.
My father was a lawyer and I’d worked in the field, helping people get legal licenses, which was really difficult.
But it was fun, I think, to make my money on my own.
After graduating from law school, I started a small farm in Pennsylvania.
We’d get up at 6 a.m. and pick up the crop and transport it across the country, where we’d sell it to farmers.
I was a huge fan of the weed killer and the weed farming, so I thought it was a great career choice.
After the war, I was lucky enough to work for Monsanto, which manufactures the weedkiller Roundup.
I started working for Monsanto as a research scientist in 1988, and then later, I became the company’s global chief scientist.
I also worked for Dow Chemical, where I was responsible for the company.
After leaving Monsanto, I worked for other companies in various roles, and eventually joined the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection.
I spent my time doing research and developing new products, like the weed killers Roundup Ready and Roundup Ready II.
One of my first assignments was to work on the development of an insecticide that would kill weeds.
It was an interesting process, because I was the only person in the country who had never studied insecticides.
I had to learn how to make them, and it was incredibly difficult.
I learned how to use everything from cotton to a drill to a mill.
I knew what a pest was, what a weed was, how to kill them, but I didn’t understand the weeds.
At first, I didn of course understand what they were.
We found out they were different from each other and from any other herbicide we’d tried.
And it was very frightening.
We had to understand the chemicals that were in each of them, because there were different properties that affected the weed, and I found it really intimidating.
But the thing that I learned was that when you make an insecticides, you don’t want it to kill the weeds, you want it in the ground to kill weeds, and you want to minimize the amount of energy you put into it.
The weeds don’t like it.
So, I just kept working, and when I did, I learned that there were two different ways to kill weed: by spraying it on the plants or by using herbicides.
There was no way to kill an insect in a chemical way, so we started using herbicide on the plant itself.
So we started out with a cotton field and then we added more cotton, which helped us get the plant to grow faster.
I worked with a bunch of other people on that and developed a new method for using a pesticide on plants that were less resistant to the weed.
When you use a weed killer, you spray it onto the plants, which is the best way to control it.
But I wanted to see if I could use the weed that I was using to control the weed to kill it.
That was the first time I learned about the chemical reactions that were happening in the weed—the chemicals that caused it to turn red, so it was basically killing it.
When I started thinking about how to do it, I thought I could figure out how to get rid of it using a chemical reaction.
So I did a lot of work in the lab.
We were able to find out a lot about the chemistry of the plant, and we found out how it metabolizes the chemical, and the chemicals in the plants make it more resistant to weed-killers.
So my first product was called “Roundup Ready.”
It was a mixture of glyphosate and Roundup.
It killed weeds and was the easiest weed-control product I’ve ever used.
I then realized that I could create a similar product, called Roundup Ready Ready II, that would be effective against weeds that had been previously resistant to Roundup.
When the chemical I was working on went through the approval process, I realized that the first application was going to kill about 50 percent of the weeds on a cotton plant.
And so that was a very interesting thing.
The other 50 percent would be resistant to glyphosate, which I figured out was going at least three to four times more slowly than the glyphosate.
The next day, I went to the field and started to pick up a few plants.
And then I started to realize I was on to something.
And I knew I could apply the same chemical to other crops, too, so after that, I had a lot more success with weed-kill products than I had with conventional weedkillers.
We also realized that you don´t need to do everything you can do with Roundup, because weeds will take care of themselves.
I did some studies on weed-tolerant plants and found that the plants were very tolerant of Roundup, but they weren’t so tolerant of glyphosate, so they weren´t going to eat Roundup, either.
So they would use a different