Researchers point to gaps in EU glyphosate assessment

A new study has identified scientific shortcomings in the ongoing evaluation of glyphosate by EU regulators, as the incoming German government coalition commits to a market withdrawal of the insecticide.

by Christian Ernhede
Crop spraying in spring. Green groups have expressed concern over the re-assessment process for herbicide glyphosate. Photo: Sven-Erik Arndt/Arterra/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
Crop spraying in spring. Green groups have expressed concern over the re-assessment process for herbicide glyphosate. Photo: Sven-Erik Arndt/Arterra/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

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