Bayer defends glyphosate after German ban

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Bayer Crop Science says the German government’s decision to withdraw glyphosate from the multinational’s domestic market after 2023 ignores the overwhelming scientific evidence supporting the herbicide. It also erodes confidence in science-based regulation. On Wednesday, the German cabinet approved a proposal from its Environment Ministry to phase out herbicides containing glyphosate by the end of […]

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