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Run-off from neo-nicotinoid agricultural chemical can affect health of prawns and oysters, research finds

August 25, 2020 – By Kim Honan, ABC Rural – New research by Southern Cross University into pesticide run-off has revealed that a widely used agricultural chemical can affect both prawns and oysters.

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