Emerging Technologies in Glyphosate Alternatives - High-Tech Materials TOE

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Glyphosate is used as a herbicide in the agricultural industry for weed killing. But very recently in regions such as Europe there is a push from the governments to replace glyphosate with organic solutions such as acetic acid and others. Research to test functionalities and toxicities of the latter in comparison to glyphosate is underway.

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Keywords: Organic herbicides, roundup alternatives, weed killers, active ingredient

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Emerging Technologies in Glyphosate Alternatives - High-Tech Materials TOEGlyphosate Alternatives: Significant Evolving OpportunitiesAcetic Acid-based Herbicide for Effective Weed KillingGlufosinate Ammonium-based Herbicide A Proprietary Blend of Weed KillerAn Organic Weed Killer for All Types of CropsStrategic InsightsStrategic Insights Analyst’s PerspectivesKey PatentsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Industry ContactsIndustry Contacts




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