CBH says chemical residues a risk from poor firebreak applications.

By Shannon Beattie
Updated August 1 2022 - 11:07pm, first published July 29 2022 - 11:00pm
A late applied firebreak that drifted into the crop area. Although plants adjacent to killed plants have not been killed, many have received a sub-lethal dose of glyphosate which could be translocated to the grain and cause a residue.

INVESTIGATIONS into chemical residue by CBH Group has revealed poor firebreak application can lead to chemical residues in grain.

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