Judge upholds California plan to label glyphosate as ‘carcinogen’

A US state of California judge has said that officials have the authority to add glyphosate to the state’s ‘Proposition 65’ list of known carcinogens and therefore require warning labels on products containing the widely-used herbicide.

The tentative ruling by Fresno Superior Court JudgeKristi Kapetan is a blow to Monsanto’s bid to derail California’s plan to list glyphosate as such, but the legal fightis far from over, our sister publication Agrowreports.

California’s Office of

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