Germany is limiting the use of weed killers that contain the chemical glyphosate with a goal of ending use of the products in the near future amid fears that glyphosate may cause cancer in those exposed to the chemical, Environmental Minister Svenja Schulze said. The environmental ministry will also demand new nature conservation requirements for the approval process of herbicides because, Schulze said, “If other perhaps more damaging pesticides are used instead of glyphosate, the environmental won’t be any better off.” Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup, one of the most commonly used herbicides in the world. Roundup is ... Read More
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