Sweden withdraws 11 herbicides combining glyphosate and POE-tallowamine

The Swedish chemicals agency Kemi has decided to end the sale of herbicides containing both glyphosate and POE-tallowamine in line with the ban on combined use adopted by the European Commission over the summer

The Swedish chemicals agency Kemi has decided to end the sale of herbicides containing both glyphosate and POE-tallowamine in line with the ban on combined use adopted by the European Commission over the summer.

On 1 October 2016, a group of 11 weedkillers including Barclay Gallup and Glyphogan 480 SL had their licences removed by the Swedish regulator.

Nine of these plant protection products may still be sold in Sweden until the end of March 2017 and stored and used until March 2018.

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