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France bans pesticides in public green spaces
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29 December 2016
On 29 December 2016 The Associated Press reported:
French children will soon be able to frolic in the grass without risk of intoxication. Pesticides will be banned in all public green spaces from Sunday while non-professional gardeners will no longer be able to buy pesticides over the counter.
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