Earlier this month the Florida Department of Agriculture approved the use of methyl iodide as a crop pesticide. The chemical is hailed as a substitute for the ozone-depleting soil fumigant, methyl bromide. While growers welcome the new pesticide, some scientists and farm worker advocates say the chemical isn't safe. WGCU's John Davis has more.
Tuesday, 15 July 2008 01:00
Methyl Iodide Approved in FloridaWritten by John Davis