It seems like people usually crop dust with insecticides/pesticides and fertilizers. Is there any...
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by stevie |
July 11, 2019 16:55 |
It seems like people usually crop dust with insecticides/pesticides and fertilizers. Is there any way to know what is being sprayed if you live nearby a place that does this?
Silica is a chemical component present in various ores, for example, quartz. It is a white powder that can be compared to a simple harmless dust, but it is also responsible for the development of chronic diseases.
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