Bayer expects charges in 2016 as winegrowers link fungicide to crop damage

Bayer expects charges in 2016 as winegrowers link fungicide to crop damage

ZURICH (Reuters) – Bayer expects to pay wine growers compensation starting early next year after vineyards in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and Switzerland reported 2015 crop damage possibly linked to one of the company’s fungicides. European grape growers reported deformed leaves and lower yields after using Moon Privilege – called Luna Privilege in some markets – from the German company’s Crop Science unit.

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