Glyphosate being sprayed on ploughed land© Tim Scrivener
The European Food Safety Authority (Efsa) says that the pesticide glyphosate is unlikely to cause cancer – but has still proposed tighter control measures. The assessment comes in a report by Efsa scientists which concludes that glyphosate is unlikely to pose a carcinogenic hazard to humans. See also: Call to ban glyphosate on milling wheat But the report – published on Thursday (12 November) – also proposes a safety measure that seeks to tighten the control of glyphosate residues in […]
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