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More herbicides

Not only superweeds derived of the use of GM crops are requiring higher amounts of herbicides, but they need the development of newer, stronger and more hazardous herbicides. For the present situation in Argentina, please see the bilingual blogspot: http://allorganics21.blogspot.com.ar/2012/12/malezas-resistentes-los-herbicidas.html

Posted by Jorge Casale
24 January 2013 | 16h18

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