- n a chemical agent that destroys plants or inhibits their growth
- And cotton and potatoes with herbicide-producing genes that could eliminate the need for toxic sprays.
- The herbicide can also cause lung hemorrhaging and vomiting.
- The United States is the world's most enthusiastic adopter of GM crops, growing vast amounts of crops like herbicide-tolerant soybeans and insect-resistant corn; here, the seeds of .
News & Articles
- Vermont lake to be treated for invasive plant
Lake St. Catherine in the Rutland County town of Poultney, Vt., will be treated with a chemical to control Eurasian milfoil, an invasive plant. The herbicide is expected to be applied on Monday to dense beds around the lakeshore. The public is advised not to swim, boat or fish in the lake, or Lily Pond, Little Lake and the outlet stream to North Road until Wednesday, the third day ...
June 17, 2013 - WPTZ Burlington
- Village staff to alert swimmers about overuse of herbicide
The Village will contact those who swam in the Gaunt Park pool from last Wednesday to its closing late Friday afternoon to alert them that herbicides had been applied inappropriately Wednesday morning to the grass around the pool.
June 16, 2013 - Yellow Springs News
- Herbicide spray violates school district policy
Lawn-care contractors sprayed an herbicide on a walkway as children were leaving McDougle Elementary School, breaching school district policy.
June 11, 2013 - The Chapel Hill News
- Roger Miner in Reuters
Although the herbicide campaign may have been controversial, the record before us supports the conclusion that agent orange was used as a defoliant and not as a poison designed for or targeting human populations,Judge Roger Miner wrote for...
- St Jerome in SYS-CON Media
We are pleased to be working with Schillinger. This is one more step to expand the soybean genetic platform for Dow AgroSciences, and will expand the soybean platform for Dow AgroSciences to launch its Dow Herbicide Tolerance (DHT) trait,said...
- Walter Willett in Los Angeles Times
Keeping herbicide and pesticide levels as low as possible does make sense, although there is no clear evidence that these increase health risks at the levels consumed currently in the US,said Dr. Walter Willett, chairman of the department of...