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A poisonous fumigant on the move






Journal of Pesticide Reform 13(2): 16-18

A poisonous fumigant on the move

Recent action taken in Oregon by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found violations of laws designed to curb the unsafe transport of products fumigated with the highly toxic pesticide, aluminium phosphide.

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