Pesticide Factsheet Special Release: Glyphosate
Commonly known under the trade name Roundup, Glyphosate is the most widely-used herbicide since Monsanto introduced it in 1974. Effects of exposure to Glyphosate aerial spraying include skin problems, abdominal pain, gastrointestinal problems, acute respiratory infection, conjunctivitis, fever, allergies, kidney disease, lupus, cancer and birth defects. Learn more about the health and environmental effects of this hazardous pesticide in this factsheet series by PAN Asia Pacific.
|Title:||Pesticide Factsheet Special Release: Glyphosate|
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