volume 166, issue 8, P695-702 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12694
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John Abraham, Grace Senami Benhotons, Isaac Krampah, Jehoshaphat Tagba, Carlos Amissah, Janice Dwomoh Abraham

Abstract: Abstract The use of glyphosate‐based herbicides in agroecosystems has increased over the past few years because of the advent of genetically modified glyphosate‐resistant crops and resistant weeds. This is alarming because of potential damaging effects on non‐target organisms. In sub‐Saharan Africa, for example Ghana, many rural farmers have not received training in the use of glyphosate‐based herbicides, thus tend to apply higher than recommended concentrations on farms. Therefore, this study investigated th…

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