Research: Herbicides

New study shows honeybees harmed by Glyphosate used on GM crops
Glyphosate herbicide can disrupt learning behaviour in honeybees and severely impair long-term colony performance

American ‘Roundup Ready’ AlfAlfa exports ‘catastrophic’

Glyphosate Sublethal Effects on the Population Dynamics of the Earthworm Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826)  Marina Santadino, Carlos Coviella, Fernando Momo.  Water, Air, & Soil Pollution,  November 2014, 225:2207

Direct Harvest: do you need a desiccant or a pre-harvest glyphosate

Glyphosate and human health

Glyphosate in sugar cane

Herbicide interactions: Fungal – Root

Pre-harvest use of glyphosate: recent Austrian decision

Aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA) (a degradate of glyphosate)

Urban contributions of glyphosate and its degradate AMPA to streams in the United States

Assessment of the potential toxicity of herbicides and their degradation products to nontarget cells using two microorganisms, the bacteria Vibrio fischeri and the ciliate Tetrahymena pyriformis.

Glyphosate and Its Degradation Product AMPA Occur Frequently and Widely in U.S. Soils, Surface Water, Groundwater, and Precipitation

Common weed killer is widespread in the environment

Does Intensive Herbicide Use in Natural Areas Indirectly Drive Declines in Pollinator Abundance?

Herbicide Residues in Fields


Glyphosate- from the Extension Toxicology Network


Occurrence and fate of the herbicide glyphosate and its degradadate aminomethylphosphonic acid in the atmosphere (published by Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry)


Fate and transport of glyphosate and aminomethylphosphonc acid in surface waters of agricultural basins




Pollinator Conservation in Your Ecosystem Garden

Drifting herbicides produce uncertain effects

Herbicide- The Encyclopedia of Earth

Herbicide persistence and carry over

Fate of Glyphosate

Fact Sheet for Glyphosate

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