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What Is Pesticide Drift — and Why Is It So Dangerous? - The Revelator

PAN in the News - Nov 17, 2017

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What Is Pesticide Drift — and Why Is It So Dangerous?
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One of these types of drift is fairly simple to explain: A pesticide is applied in sprayed liquid form and is then picked up by the wind. “That's when droplets get blown off target,” says Emily Marquez, staff scientist with Pesticide Action Network ...

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