High levels of glyphosate in agricultural soil means extension of approval not prudent, says Wageningen University

A scientific publication written by an international group of scientists led by Wageningen University & Research has recently been published in the journal Science of the Total Environment. This article contains the details of more than 300 soil samples taken from agricultural land in 10 European countries.

by Matthew Appleby

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