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Can’t be too careful: Herbicide contamination in soil and compost

So far, in this series of columns on herbicide-contaminated soil and compost, I have discussed several situations where growers suffered significant damage to their crops when they added these contaminated products unknowingly. In this week’s column, I will tell what the solution was to these problems.

Herbicide contamination will eventually go away on its own, as the chemical breaks down over time. But it could be a long time. Many

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