Pesticides on the wrong track

Published on
October 16, 2020

Pesticides should remain where they were applied. However, environmental researchers have found - through measurements over the past year and a half - that pesticides such as glyphosate can end up in nature reserves, on organic fields and in cities. How does this happen? And: what are the consequences?

From 6:28 onwards, Violette Geissen (SPRINT coordinator) explains on German television the relevance of the SPRINT project. See this link to the television broadcast

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