mycoherbicides love

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  • noun Plural form of mycoherbicide.

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Examples

  • The U.S. Congress asked scientists to look into whether some types of fungi, called mycoherbicides, could stem the flow of illicit drugs into the United States by killing the plants used to make cocaine, marijuana and opium.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The U.S. Congress asked scientists to look into whether some types of fungi, called mycoherbicides, could stem the flow of illicit drugs into the United States by killing the plants used to make cocaine, marijuana and opium.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The U.S. House of Representatives has authorized, and the Senate is considering, a proposal to revive research on the use of toxic, mold-like fungi called mycoherbicides to kill drug crops in other countries.

    Drug Policy Alliance Network News and Alerts

  • Report shows that a proposed Congressional plan to require the Office of National Drug Control Policy to revive research into toxic fungal "mycoherbicides" is extremely reckless, dangerous and unpopular, even with White House Drug Czar John Walters.

    Drug Policy Alliance Network News and Alerts

  • The research indicated that mycoherbicides do not have adverse health or environmental effects.

    Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld: Defund the Taliban

  • The U.S. must complete research on mycoherbicides - specialized bioherbicide agents designed to inoculate the soil against the growth of certain plants, ensuring that the targeted plants cannot be cultivated.

    Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld: Defund the Taliban

  • Congress mandated further study on mycoherbicides in 2006, but the Office of National Drug Control Policy only contracted with the National Research Council to commence research in 2009 on the impacts of mycoherbicides and the feasibility of producing and implementing their use on a wide scale.

    Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld: Defund the Taliban

  • 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."

    Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld: Defeating Narco-Terrorism

  • Yet, the use of mycoherbicides in South America and Afghanistan will mitigate the production of heroin and cocaine and cut off the narco-terrorists 'major money supply.

    Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld: Defeating Narco-Terrorism

  • An effective solution: The use of mycoherbicides for inducing specific soils to become permanently inadequate to grow selected narcotics producing plants.

    TERRORISM'S DRUG MONEY

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