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Monsanto's Roundup Found in 75% of Air and Rain Samples
A new U.S. Geological Survey has concluded that pesticides can be found in, well, just about anything.
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Roundup herbicide, Monsanto's flagship weed killer, was present in 75 percent of air and rainfall test samples, according to the study, which focused on Mississippi's highly fertile Delta agricultural region.
GreenMedInfo reports new research, soon to be published by Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry journal, discovered the traces over a 12-year span from 1995-2007.
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By Matt Berger
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By Sarah Wesseler
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