glyphosate


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gly·phos·ate

 (glī-fŏs′āt)
n.
A white solid, C3H8NO5P, that is soluble in water, used as a broad-spectrum herbicide.

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But fact t liaw oMpd "this was despite the that a European Parliament resolution won with a majority of support from MEPs just the month prior, which was to demand a full glyphosate be banned by 2022, with immediate restrictions on its use in public spaces.
The special committee is a response to concerns raised about the risk posed by the herbicide substance glyphosate.
The most heavily used herbicide is glyphosate because it requires less field preparation and fewer expenses linked to farm machinery.
The most heavily used herbicide is called glyphosate because it requires less field preparation and fewer expenses linked to farm machinery.
According to EFSA, glyphosate is unlikely to cause a carcinogenic risk to humans but the International Organisation for Research on Cancer (IARC) disagrees.
Since its introduction in the United States in 1974 by pesticides and seed maker Monsanto as Roundup, the use of glyphosate has soared across the globe.
Summary: Mannar (Sri Lanka) November 26 (ANI): The Sri Lankan Navy on Sunday apprehended two Indians with 750 kg Glyphosate near South of Mannar lighthouse.
All eyes are now on the next meeting of this committee where they are likely to debate a shorter reauthorisation period "The overwhelming weight of science and evidence shows that glyphosate is perfectly safe when used correctly.
The researchers also discovered the herbicide glyphosate in nearly 30% of the samples that tested positive for transgenic corn.
California on Monday became the first state to take a significant step toward listing the herbicide glyphosate as a potentially cancerous substance.
BANNING the common weedkiller chemical glyphosate could have a damaging effect on the UK economy and farming, a report has warned.