Concerns grow over the use of a herbicide in New Brunswick

APTN National News
The New Brunswick government spends over $2 million annually to spay over forested areas of Crown land.

Glyphosate, also known as Round-up or Vision, is the most commonly used herbicide on the planet.

In forestry, clearcutting and the use of herbicides go hand-in-hand.

APTN’s Trina Roache has the story.

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