How much glyphosate?

By Jamie Brown
Updated March 17 2016 - 7:39am, first published March 16 2016 - 5:05am
Richmond Valley cane farmer Danny Lickiss, Rileys Hill, uses glyphosate like so many others because it works on weeds, is cost-effective and saves soil loss by keeping weeds at bay without tillage.
Richmond Valley cane farmer Danny Lickiss, Rileys Hill, uses glyphosate like so many others because it works on weeds, is cost-effective and saves soil loss by keeping weeds at bay without tillage.

WHEN  it comes to glyphosate there are two opposing camps: those who believe in its worth as a low-impact herbicide and others who passionately declare it does more harm than good.

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