EU ‘probably won’t’ re-approve Bayer’s glyphosate weed killer after 2022, German agriculture minister says

| | July 15, 2019
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German Agriculture Minister Julia Kloeckner said glyphosate herbicide probably won’t have enough support to gain re-authorization for use in the European Union after 2022.

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Germany shouldn’t follow Austria, whose parliament recently voted to ban products containing glyphosate, Kloeckner said in an interview with Der Tagesspiegel, pointing out that the EU’s clearance of the chemical lasts through 2022. German politicians are instead working on plans to find safe alternatives to it

Read full, original article: German Minister Casts Doubt on Glyphosate’s Future Use in Europe

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