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glifosato aspersión de pesticidas agricultura cosecha

El glifosato, explicado

Las preguntas se arremolinan sobre los efectos en la salud de este herbicida común. Tenemos respuestas.

Desde que salió al mercado en 1974, el glifosato se ha utilizado para el control de las malas hierbas, como exfoliante para erradicar la vegetación no deseada y los cultivos ilegales, y como desecante de cultivos, una sustancia química que se aplica a los cultivos para secarlos más rápidamente antes de la cosecha.

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