THE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed stronger standards for pesticide applicators who apply "restricted-use" pesticides, including a requirement that anyone who applies restricted-use pesticides must be at least 18 years old.
About 5% of all pesticides are registered as restricted use, and EPA said an update on these products was necessary because they "pose a greater risk to human health and the environment if used improperly." The ag
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