It is understood that practically 100% of the cereal crops produced in Europe will be contaminated with one or more mycotoxins. The worldwide impact of this scourge on human and animal health, on the livelihoods of subsistence farmers and the balance sheets of multinational trading companies, and even on humanity's environmental footprint, is incalculably large. For a mere EUR 5 million, an international consortium based in Europe hopes to make a meaningful dent in this staggering problem.
28 April 2016
Feedinfo News Service