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California bans use of some farming pesticides near schools
by Jocelyn Gecker
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8 November 2017
On 8 November 2017 The Associated Press reported:
California has banned farmers from using certain pesticides near schools and day care centers under a new rule announced Tuesday [7 November] that regulators said is among the toughest in the U.S. The new regulations take effect January 1 and apply to crop dusters flying over fields, air blasters spraying orchards, and fumigants along with most dust and powder pesticides that could be blown onto school grounds by the wind. Some California counties already require buffer zones between schools and areas where pesticides are sprayed on crops. But the new rule is the first statewide standard of its kind, the department said.
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