UNBC professor studying effects of glyphosate on northern B.C. forests

Ecosystem Science and Management Assistant Professor Dr. Lisa Wood conducts field work into the impact of glyphosate-based herbicide use. - UNBC HANDOUT PHOTO

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With the help of more than $280,000 in grant funding, a University of Northern British Columbia professor is studying the long-term ecological impacts of glyphosate-based herbicide on forests in northern B.C.

Ecosystem Science and Management Assistant Professor Dr. Lisa Wood said she and her students are currently focused on plant responses to both climate-induced stress and herbicide-induced stress.

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Source: Prince George Citizen

 

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