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Largest maker of pesticide linked to brain damage in kids to stop producing chemical
by Sam Levin
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11 February 2020
On 11 February 2020 The Guardian reported:
The world's largest manufacturer of chlorpyrifos, an agricultural pesticide linked to brain damage in children, has announced that it will stop producing the chemical by the end of the year. Chlorpyrifos has been widely used on corn, soybeans, almonds, citrus, cotton, grapes, walnuts, and other crops, but research has repeatedly found serious health effects in children, including impaired brain development.
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