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Viewpoint: Contradictory evidence exposes critical flaws in International Agency for Research on Cancer glyphosate assessment

Colin Berry | 
This commentary does not concern itself with the need for, or the value of glyphosate as an agrochemical: rather it ...
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Scientists could use CRISPR gene editing to combat ‘superweeds’ when herbicides fail

Paul Neve | 
There is a pressing need for novel control techniques in agricultural weed management. Direct genetic control of agricultural pests encompasses ...
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Gene silencing could control disease, contamination in wheat and other crops

Ana Machado et al. | 
Fusarium graminearum is a major fungal pathogen of cereals worldwide, causing seedling, stem base and floral diseases, including Fusarium Head ...