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Review Shows Low Risk To Aquatic Invertebrates From Neonicotinoids

“We conducted 30-year simulations based on realistic, but conservative, assumptions and found that aquatic communities are unlikely to be at risk from acute or chronic exposures to registered uses of imidacloprid,” said Dr. Dwayne Moore

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