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Farmers “won’t be switching to organic agriculture” when they come off glyphosate

With four EU member states planning to implement bans on the herbicide glyphosate in the coming four years, a widespread move to organic agriculture cannot be expected.

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The approaching bans on the herbicide glyphosate in Austria, France, Germany and Luxembourg will not necessarily lead more farmers to embrace organic agriculture, both the German Farmers’ Union and the NGO Pesticide Action Network say.

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