Suspicions over glyphosate price

Ewing, Colin
October 2007
Farmers Weekly;10/17/2007, p53
Trade Publication
The author expresses his suspicions over the price of glyphosate in the British market. He says that agricultural chemicals have increased by 7 to 10 percent year on year, with the exception of glyphosate. The author complaints that the price of glyphosate in the autumn of 2007 was about 40 British pounds for 20 liters. He suspects that Monsanto is behind the pricing of glyphosate.


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