Ogburn, Stephanie Paige
April 2012
High Country News;4/16/2012, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p7
The article offers information on the use of California strawberry growers for methyl iodide to kill soil pests before planting, which has been approved in 2010 only after a three-year review.


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