weed-killer

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weed-killer

[ˈwiːdˌkɪləʳ] ndiserbante m, erbicida m
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The jury awarded school groundskeeper Dwayne "Lee" Johnson $289 million, finding that exposure to Monsanto's weed-killer was a substantial factor in causing his cancer.
France will vote against a five-year extension of the licence for weed-killer glyphosate that the European Commission will propose on Monday, a junior French environment minister said.
But, the agency said, resistance could develop anyway because 2,4-D is the third most-used weed-killer in the nation.
At least there is less weed-killer being sprayed on to the streets, only to be washed into the eco-system when it rains.
"In Birmingham we have been getting on top of the problem using glysophate chemical weed-killer and do not see the need to bring this insect in."
Surely a van, with suitable flashing sign protection, could be used to spray weed-killer on the central reservation.
The Monsanto Company produces the most weed-killer in the world.
Lawn fertiliser is expensive when using a proprietary brand formulated for spring and summer use, this often including a weed-killer.
William Souder's otherwise excellent report about atrazine ["It's Not Easy Being Green," August] left out a key point: The Environmental Protection Agency's decision to allow this toxic weed-killer to stay on the market resulted from an illegal backroom deal it negotiated with the chemical's manufacturer, Syngenta.
3 DEATH should also be meted out to weeds growing through paths and paving using a flame gun or a weed-killer.
Biologist Sarah Ward at Colorado State University is researching a type of GM wheat resistant to the commercial weed-killer Roundup.
Abbas Rajabalizadeh and his wife Seyedeh Tahereh Mousavi forced their daughter Maedeh to drink a glass full of poisonous weed-killer, the Islamic Republic News Agency reported.