‘Cosmetic’ Pesticides: Safe to Use by Professionals and Homeowners
A short overview of why the BC Special Committee on Cosmetic Pesticides concluded that there should be no prohibition of pesticide use in British Columbia, and why the anti-pesticide organizations are incorrect to use only selected and weak epidemiological studies as ‘evidence’ for their stance.
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