The agricultural industry is the source of our readily available food supply. The industry looks for a predictable harvest which requires good weather, adequate equipment, fertile soil and freedom from infestation and disease in the plants.
KeywordsPesticide Residue Agricultural Chemical Systemic Fungicide Acceptable Daily Intake Organophosphorus Insecticide
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