Fungicides used on imported flowers and bulbs are making the Netherlands a "resistance hotspot" for fungal disease patients say researchers

Researchers in Manchester believe some fungicides used on horticultural imports induce resistance to the drugs used to treat patients with Aspergillus fumigatus, a virulent fungal disease.

by Matthew Appleby

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