Farm lobby calls for legislation to deny methyl bromide phaseout

June 1998
Chemical Market Reporter;06/29/98, Vol. 253 Issue 26, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that the American Farm Bureau Federation is calling for the swift passage of a bill that would coordinate the United States and international phaseouts of the chemical methyl bromide. Implications if the bill is rejected; Uses of methyl bromide; Economic impact of methyl bromide phaseout to crops.


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