Glyphosate is the most widely used pesticide in the world and many UK arable growers insist they cannot farm without it. However, an ongoing tug of war between scientific evidence and politics is threatening the very future of this vital herbicide. EU member states failed to reach an agreement on a European Commission proposal to renew glyphosate’s licence for 10 years. The next vote, for a reduced five-year reauthorisation, could take place on 9 November in Brussels. See also: Video […]
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