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Frogs in high mountains are contaminated

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What gets sprayed on the farm doesn't stay on the farm, suggests a new study that finds frogs living in mountains far away from agricultural fields are contaminated with a range of pesticides, particularly fungicides, used to protect crops from bugs, weeds and molds.

http://www.nbcnews.c...says-6C10758082

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those are some high frogs...

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simple, every particle small enough will blow with the wind, there is no stopping the wind. I wish there was a stopping of over fertilizing and abuse of pesticides.

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Without fertilizer and pesticides we couldn't feed the world and with them we are harming other species.

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Without fertilizer and pesticides we couldn't feed the world and with them we are harming other species.

such a sad cycle isnt it

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Without fertilizer and pesticides we couldn't feed the world and with them we are harming other species.

quite, but we do not have to overdose it.

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such a sad cycle isnt it

Yes it is.

quite, but we do not have to overdose it.

I don't think so, wish they would see that.

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