Agriculture groups are applauding a decision from a Ninth Circuit Court that says glyphosate products won’t require a cancer warning label in California.
“We’re just thankful the court made a decision based on the science and facts.”
National Association of Wheat Growers CEO Chandler Goule says the continued attacks on crop protection tools are getting in the way of achieving sustainability and climate goals.
“If glyphosate were to ever be taken off the market, basically all growers would have to go back to tilling up the land and tearing up the soil to plant and control weeds throughout the country.”
NAWG is one of the 12 agriculture plaintiffs that challenged the State of California’s decision to add glyphosate to Proposition 65.