Worry about glyphosate spraying in N.B. reservoir unwarranted, says toxicologist

CBC News
August 28, 2017
By CBC News
Moncton – Fears that glyphosate, which the New Brunswick forest industry uses to kill maple, oak and other hardwood growth, might be dangerous to water are unwarranted, says a toxicologist from the University of Guelph. CBC News reports. | READ MORE

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