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Bromadiolone mouse plague poison rejected by APVMA

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An application to use controversial poison bromadiolone to fight NSW’s relentless mouse plague has been knocked back.

In May, the NSW government made an urgent application for the poison to be made available for perimeter baiting.

Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall described the poison as being…



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