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Sri Lankan government lifts glyphosate ban to aid tea growers 'plagued' by weeds, slumping production

Sri Lankan government lifts glyphosate ban to aid tea growers ‘plagued’ by weeds, slumping production

Sandun Jayawardana | 
The [Sri Lankan] government has lifted [a two-year] ban on glyphosate for all crops throughout the country. ... The Government ...
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Sri Lankan government split on whether to lift ban on glyphosate herbicide

Kasun Warakapitiya | 
The Cabinet [the council of ministers that form the central government of Sri Lanka] is to decide whether the ban on ...
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Sri Lankan tea industry faces devastating crop losses following glyphosate ban

The Planters Association of Ceylon (PA), faced with devastating crop losses in excess of Rs. 15 billion in 2016, is ...
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