Guide listing weed killer allegedly linked to cancer removed from NParks website

A check of the NParks website on May 16 found Roundup mentioned under the "weed management recommendations" section of a guide to landscape weed management. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - A guide on weed management that listed a brand of weed killer that contains a chemical alleged to cause cancer has been removed from the National Parks Board (NParks) website.

The weed killer, called Roundup, contains the chemical glyphosate.

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