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Every year, the U-S uses more than a billion pounds of pesiticides to exterminate rodents and insects, weed our lawns and protect crops. Recent research on one class of insecticides — organophosphates — may lead to restrictions on their use. LOE’s Daniel Grossman reports from a Washington state orchard.

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