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Contamination is Slipping Through the Cracks

News   Jul 26, 2018 | Original Story by Adityarup “Rup” Chakravorty for the American Society of Agronomy.

 
Contamination is Slipping Through the Cracks

At the onset of the experiment, a pesticide sprayer is used to apply blue-dyed water on top of a 39 inch square (1 m by 1 m) soil plot. Credit: Genevieve Ali.

 
 
 

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