Monsanto Liable For Farmer's Illness: French Court
The court in Lyon ruled that grain farmer Paul Francois' nausea, stuttering, dizziness, headaches and muscular pain was the result of his use of Lasso, according to a report by Agence France-Presse.
Lasso, Monsanto's brand-name version of the herbicide alachlor, is an herbicide used to control weeds in corn, peanut and soybean crops, among others. It is a restricted use pesticide in the...
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