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- noun Any
bioherbicidebased on a fungus.
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The dual mycoherbicide-alternative development approach would reduce the world's supply of heroin and cocaine, severing the financial lifelines of terrorist organizations.
The sooner the mycoherbicide-alternative development is put into action, the sooner the battle against the Taliban and other terrorist and criminal organizations can be won.
Had the study been completed in 2006, and the mycoherbicide eradication program put into action, heroin production would have plummeted, seriously curtailing the financial lifeline of the Taliban.
If mycoherbicide use is implemented, the United States also should invest approximately $150 billion to $200 billion in decade-long development programs in Afghanistan, Colombia and other locations to encourage farmers to grow non-poppy and non-coca crops and develop new industries.
Section 1111 of Public Law 109-469, which was signed into law on December 29, 2006, required that the Drug Czar's office submit a plan within 90 days for an expedited scientific study of "the use of mycoherbicide as a means of illicit drug crop elimination ... [it] shall include an evaluation of all likely human health and environmental impacts of mycoherbicides derived from the fungus naturally existing in the soil."
He supports spraying a mycoherbicide (fungus) on the countries from Bolivia north to Colombia, an area the size of the United States.