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13/5/2019
07:15
Yes, thanks. As you say, I've probably left it too late, but I'll phone my brokers.
brucie5
12/5/2019
16:58
Brucie5 said "Any of you kids going to AGM? I haven't managed to book yet. What's the best route, given that all my shares are held via nominee accounts." You should have gone to your nominee co, e.g. Hargreaves Lansdown who would have notified the Company that they hold shares in Eden and in your name and therefore, you are entitled to both attend and vote on the day. If you are lucky, you may still have time tomorrow. If not, you can still attend the AGM, but you cannot vote on the day.
investingisatrickygame
11/5/2019
18:09
I also will be attending the AGM next week and I’m preparing my questionnaire...
sortudo7
11/5/2019
15:50
Areeiro urges the application of treatment to find mildew in half of the strains of O Salnés hTTps://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/arousa/2019/05/11/areeiro-urge-aplicacion-tratamiento-hallar-mildiu-mitad-cepas-salnes/0003_201905A11C9991.htm The technicians of the Fitopatolóxica Station of Areeiro recommend, of urgent form, that apply treatments against the mildew in the vines of the province. This is reflected in the latest phytosanitary warning, in which they warn that in recent days the conditions favorable for the development of this disease occurred. The technicians have detected oil spots in all the plots with which they work and in other plots that are part of their monitoring network. They warn that if the disease is not attacked properly, it can cause damage to future clusters. They assure in Areeiro that, in some vineyards, the presence of mildew symptoms is anecdotal. But in others, especially those located in the O Salnés region, the percentage of strains affected is 50%. "This presence of recent spots coupled with the accumulation of moisture at the curds can cause the first grape damage, so it is necessary to apply the treatment as soon as possible, if it has not already been done, to confirm its effectiveness and to repeat the applications by procuring use active materials other than those already used, "they explain at the station. They also advise to control the vegetation so that it does not retain moisture and hinders the aeration of the vineyard. As for the rest of pathologies that can affect this crop, from Areeiro explain that no symptoms of powdery mildew have been detected, nor is it feared by the appearance of Botrytis, despite the humidity that exists in the environment. Yes, there were traces of Black rot, both in the plants of the farm and in two other plots of the sub-area of O Condado, but they are isolated spots and very punctual. Nor is Lobesia botrana a problem, whose presence in the reference traps is very low. What does concern the technicians is the poor development of vegetation in some vines, because they believe that this may be due to diseases of the wood, which would require a pruning of the affected arm after flowering and when the weather is dry. Fruit trees and potatoesThe apple trees are other crops that need treatment, especially those varieties more sensitive to mottling. As for the stone fruit trees, the technicians advise to renew the treatments against leprosy. They also warn of the high risk of mildew infection in potatoes. ………………. The mildew becomes generalized and may begin to punish the cluster, so it needs treatment The percentage of strains with symptoms is around 50% in O Salnés -The plague tends to get worse. hTTps://www.farodevigo.es/portada-arousa/2019/05/11/mildiu-generaliza-empezar-castigar-racimo/2103036.html The oscillation of temperatures, humidity and rainfall became in recent days the perfect breeding ground for the spread of mildew. So much so that the plague is already widespread in the Rías Baixas, and in the sub-area of O Salnés it seems even more dangerous, since it is estimated that 50% of the strains are affected. The worst is that the situation can still worsen and the damage detected in the leaves can be extended to the clusters, so it is essential to apply phytosanitary treatments as soon as possible, if not done yet. ………………… The first epidemics of mildew are to be feared. hTTps://www.vitisphere.com/actualite-89528-Les-premieres-epidemies-de-mildiou-sont-a-craindre-.htm The rains that have fallen in recent days have resulted in vineyards in Bordeaux, South-West and Languedoc-Roussillon, a probable beginning of late blight and Black-rot. Overall, the maturity of late blight winter eggs is reached or almost reached and the vegetation is now receptive. The various Southwest Plant Health Bulletins published on May 7 indicate for many areas of probable "contaminating episodes" in case of rain. This is the case in some areas of Cahors, Gaillac, Fronton, Tarn-et-Garonne, or Gers: "From now on, the only determining factor in the management of the risk of late blight is climatology and more particularly rainfall. "Is it indicated in particular? Wine growers are therefore advised to monitor the weather forecasts in the coming days in order to anticipate possible contaminations. In Fronton for example, "15 to 20 mm would be necessary", in Cahors, "between 19 and 30 mm depending on the sectors".
supersonico
11/5/2019
15:39
Eden No more hTTps://advances.sciencemag.org/content/5/5/eaax7492 Thomas E. Lovejoy The first official report of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), released on May 6th in Paris, provides the first modern authoritative assessment of planetary biodiversity and related contributions of nature to people (CNP)–dubbed ecosystem services. Ecosystem services are those charities of nature, both nebulous and tangible, that serve as the backbone of human well-being: food, fresh water, clean air, wood, fiber, genetic resources, and medicine. The IPBES is being called the IPCC of Biodiversity, with the IPCC referring to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the recognized assembly of the United Nations created in 1988 to provide global leaders with regular scientific assessment of the implications and risks of climate change. The IPBES, founded in 2012, came slow on the heels of the IPCC for a variety of reasons but in large part because grappling with, gathering data for, and analyzing the myriad features of global biodiversity and ecosystem services are astoundingly complex endeavors. A scientific assessment of the state of biodiversity and ecosystems services in the context of climate reveals that all are inextricably intertwined, united yet dispersed, invaluable yet monetizable, reflecting nature in its holistic role as the bedrock of human civilization. The 2005 Millennium Ecosystem Assessment served as an early appraisal of the state of life on Earth. The IPBES synthesis is today’s report card, and it tells a short story: Eden is gone. While the planetary garden still exists, it is in deep disrepair, frayed and fragmented almost beyond recognition. Not unexpectedly, the specific findings are depressing. More species are threatened with extinction than any time in human history. Ever growing human populations and their activities have severely altered 75% of the terrestrial environment, 40% of the marine environment, and 50% of streams and rivers. The health of freshwater biodiversity has been particularly neglected because freshwater is widely understood and managed more as a physical resource vital to survival rather than as the special and delicate habitat that it provides for an extraordinary array of organisms. The primary drivers of negative trends are also no surprise: In descending order, these adverse impacts include rapid changes in land and sea use, direct exploitation of natural resources, climate change, pollution, and invasive species. Of monumental note is that, collectively, significant destructive forces arise from the actions of impoverished peoples living at the edges of society, working to eke out an existence often with little choice but to have minimal concern for environmental impact. The role of climate change in biodiversity loss is also severely underestimated because of the lag between rising levels of CO2 concentration and the equivalent accumulation of the radiant heat that leads to warming and biological impact. Ironically, climate change is also, in part, the consequence of biodiversity destruction: The amount of carbon in the atmosphere from degraded and destroyed ecosystems is now equal to what remains in extant ecosystems. The additional CO2 emanating from the combustion of fossil fuels is in fact ancient solar energy that was trapped and converted by ancient ecosystems and is now being released in a geological instant. While the IPCC reports have documented climate change and sounded warnings, the IPBES report highlights aspects of the degradation of planetary natural systems that equally warrant immediate attention and action. As dire as the findings in the assessment may be, they likely also hold the ingredients of solutions. For example, economists and decision makers are largely unaware of (or chose to ignore) the contributions of natural resources to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of indigenous peoples or the poor; at the same time, many of those people are often equally reluctant to embrace the monetary value of local ecosystem services. CNP and ecosystem services are essentially two congruent valuation systems, and both are recognized by the IPBES assessment. The danger is that decision makers are often distant from the actual sites of valued biodiversity and ecosystems; as a result, they do not see actual monetized benefits from the sustainable use of natural resources and so peg the value of these resources at, or near, zero. Adding to the flaws in the calculus of conservation and sustainability is the surprising inattention to the value of new discoveries from biodiversity and ecosystems to life sciences research. For example, researchers recently discovered that a soil fungus in Nova Scotia can functionally disarm antibiotic-resistant bacteria, a discovery that could transform practices in medicine, agriculture, and beyond. About 70% of drugs used for cancer are natural or bioinspired products. The polymerase chain reaction aided by an enzyme from a Yellowstone hot spring bacterium may have generated close to a trillion dollars of benefit through rapid multiplication of genetic material. The list of treasures uncovered in the elements and processes of the natural world grows daily; at present, however, these kinds of contributions from natural resources to human health and life sciences are neither recognized nor accounted for and so are treated as free and without value. The IPBES report findings are more than sobering: 35 of 44 assessed targets of the Sustainable Development Goals depend on authentic transformational change to reverse trends of degradation. The assessment concludes that the current course of planetary degradation can be altered only with preemptive and precautionary actions, strengthened laws and related enforcement, dramatic changes in economic and social incentives, increased monitoring of biodiversity and ecosystems, and integrated decision-making across sectors and jurisdictions. These dramatic changes will need to be supported by leaders, who themselves must promote new ways of understanding the meaning of “quality of life,” ones that value consuming less, wasting less, conserving more, and engaging truly novel approaches to global resource conservation and management. New tools will need to include technologies, creative economic models, and future-facing patterns of social behavior that are respectful of the diversity of needs, cultures, and local resources across the planet. These tools will need to be designed and applied to manage land use, agricultural development, and resource distribution in ways that will feed everyone adequately without further destroying nature. Happily, the publication of the IPBES assessment coincides with new and hopeful visions emerging from the conservation community that adjust the scale and impact of collective efforts upward dramatically. The Edward O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation’s goal of Half-Earth was one of the first, with the aim of conserving half of the planet’s lands and seas to safeguard the bulk of biodiversity, including humans. The National Geographic Society has a goal to place 30% of the planet in protected areas by 2030. The Global Deal for Nature, recently published in Science Advances (eaaw2869, March 19/19 issue) is essentially coincident with the One Earth vision from the Leonardo DeCaprio Foundation. The story of the unraveling of the planetary web of life has been told for decades, well before Rachel Carson’s prediction of silent springs. With its publication, the IPBES assessment, however imperfect, is now the most complete and comprehensive synthesis to date on the state of the health of the planet with all its natural resources and potential for contributing to human well-being. Readers at all levels of government, in the for-profit sector, and in civil society should heed its warnings and act on its vision and recommendations in haste. Together, we now sit at the fail-safe point and must decide what to do; collectively, all sectors must embrace the challenges raised by the assessment, rise to action, and do what we must do to ensure a viable future for our living planet and for humans and the extraordinary variety of life with which it and we are blessed.
supersonico
11/5/2019
14:42
Any of you kids going to AGM? I haven't managed to book yet. What's the best route, given that all my shares are held via nominee accounts.
brucie5
11/5/2019
14:33
Northwick is correct. "File not found"
investingisatrickygame
11/5/2019
14:28
Northwick, Should work by copying it into search bar. file:///C:/Users/Owner/AppData/Local/Packages/Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe/TempState/Downloads/Insetticidi.2019%20(1).pdf
supersonico
11/5/2019
13:29
SuperSorry but some unknown reason I cannot open the link.Could you please repost?
northwick
11/5/2019
10:10
Eastman Cedroz detail pages 13-17 file:///C:/Users/Owner/AppData/Local/Packages/Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe/TempState/Downloads/Insetticidi.2019%20(1).pdf
supersonico
10/5/2019
15:59
Back above the 200 day SMA again. There should higher floors for the share price from now on IMO.
weyweyumfozo
10/5/2019
15:43
Chrischas, A good tune ..Apposite indeed .. as was The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
supersonico
10/5/2019
15:29
Supersónico, I think JM would have listened to quirky Mr Chadbourne it’s right up her street. Big Yellow taxi lyrics are 52 yrs old and and couldn’t be more apposite now .Well worth reading whether or not you are/were a fan.Thanks for that second link.
chrischas
10/5/2019
15:29
Well it has now become an easy investment case to prize open for Eden. Institutions may have rules, guidelines, parameters, but PI's are different. Eden has made their brags, they now just need to bring them to life. A £100 million valuation on Eden now, circa 50p should not be a tall order for Lykele and co to achieve in short order. That of course would be our version of short order, not his.
investingisatrickygame
10/5/2019
14:16
Joni Mitchell Might well be making a come back ,from that period I prefer Peter Green.. In the Skies, Fool no More and The end of the Game ..but their seems to be problems getting Eugene back on track. Mum and Dad had high hopes for his music. The French underground music scene took a shine to him so perhaps a comeback is not so far away despite the setbacks and his Quirky nature. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4fnEgRkcc4 hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oWmfG0uFBc
supersonico
10/5/2019
12:49
Chrischas, It looks like the 'open goal' is widening by the day from here. A $billion dollar punitive award against Bayer will be a rather large nail. Serious momentum and short order inflexion point biopesticides circa in the coming 2019/20
supersonico
10/5/2019
12:20
Thirty-three organisations advocate appointment of a European Commission Vice-President in charge of food issues hTTps://agenceurope.eu/en/bulletin/article/12250/18 The European Coordination Via Campesina and thirty-two other organisations that defend consumer interests and animal welfare in agriculture, environment and fisheries policies are calling for the appointment of a Vice-President whose mission within the future European Commission would be "to ensure the transition to sustainable food systems”.
supersonico
10/5/2019
12:15
Agricultural workers and laborers facing kidney disease epidemic. hTTps://wset.com/news/nation-world/agricultural-workers-and-laborers-facing-kidney-disease-epidemic …………………… Foodwatch France stuck by Monsanto: the NGO complains hTTps://www.foodwatch.org/fr/presse/communiques-de-presse/page-detail-communiques-de-presse/foodwatch-france-fichee-par-monsanto-long-porte-plainte/ Following the revelations of the World and France 2 concerning the "Monsanto file" which lists more than 200 personalities, foodwatch has decided to file a complaint. The executive director, Karine Jacquemart, and the information director of the NGO, Ingrid Kragl, appear on the list prepared by a lobby firm mandated by Monsanto. They are mentioned in a nominative way with the maximum score for their opposition to the multinational. foodwatch will therefore lodge a complaint with the Public Prosecutor of the Paris Court of First Instance. "This document is further proof that the lobbies of multinationals will stop at nothing to protect their business and believe themselves above the rules. We are stuck. This is a fraudulent use of our personal data. It's scandalous, "commented Karine Jacquemart and Ingrid Kragl of foodwatch France. For years, foodwatch has openly denounced the opacity surrounding the renewal of the authorization of the best-selling herbicide in the world. In 2016, year of the file revealed by Le Monde and France 2, foodwatch had already launched a first petition addressed to the European Commission with the League against cancer and Generations Futures. The expert NGO on food issues continues to campaign alongside other organizations for the ban on glyphosate in Europe. foodwatch has launched an online petition with more than 30 NGOs gathering nearly 370,000 signatures for the ban on glyphosate in France no later than the end of 2020.
supersonico
10/5/2019
11:24
United States | The Real Future of Agriculture hTTp://www.arc2020.eu/united-states-real-future-agriculture/ The US ambassador to the UK has called American farming “the future of agriculture” to encourage the opening of European markets to US products. But what does this food system actually look like? What are its implications on public health, the environment and rural communities? Our partners at IATP report from the States. Last month, Woody Johnson, United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom, called the U.S. industrial agriculture system “the future of agriculture,” urging Europeans to open their markets to chlorine-rinsed chicken and growth hormone-fed beef in the name of free trade. But Ambassador Johnson conveniently glossed over the enormous associated costs of this system to rural communities and farmers, our water and air, and our health, and that many in the U.S. are fighting back against the multinational agribusiness and food companies that benefit. The intentional, policy-driven shift away from family farms in the U.S. toward a factory farm model that serves global agribusiness firms has been devastating for many rural communities. Fewer, much larger farms tied to global supply chains now extract food and wealth from rural communities to those global firms. Almost the entire U.S. poultry sector now operates on contract, where the farmer takes on all the risk, and is at the mercy of the big chicken companies. This exploitative contract system has been duplicated in the pork sector, and now is extending to the dairy industry, where low prices and an alarming number of farm bankruptcies are forcing farmers to accept whatever price Wal-Mart or other massive buyers offer. …..In reality, it is a mistake to call this a U.S. system; it is a system developed by global food corporations. Under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which will undoubtedly serve as the model for any U.S. trade deal with the UK or EU, those companies are indifferent about where different aspects of production occurs because trade deal aren’t only about exports. It is about locking in place the same rules, the same kind of CAFO model, contract farming, or meat processing rules, no matter where production happens. Any U.S.-UK or U.S.-EU trade deal will be no different. The good news is that a growing number of Americans disagree with Ambassador Johnson’s belief that this industrial food system represents the “future.” There are rising concerns about whether it is sustainable for our water and climate, for our rural communities, for our food system workers—and of course, for eaters. The fastest growing segments in the U.S. food system are organic and locally produced, and grass-fed and humanely raised meat. These new approaches should be the real future of farming, Mr. Ambassador.
supersonico
10/5/2019
09:47
Overflow of biocidal plants to counter soil nematodes hTTps://www.agrimpresaonline.it/sovesci-di-piante-biocide-per-contrastare-i-nematodi-del-terreno/ FROM THE DRAFTING - The nematodes galligeni, the feared parasites that mainly affect vegetables both in the greenhouse and in the open field, continue to represent a problem for the producers, in particular for those who cultivate in sandy soils and in coastal areas. Over the years, research has developed alternative containment systems with natural products. A change necessary to reduce the environmental impact caused by fumigants based on 1,3-dichloropropene, a substance no longer authorized at European level, and used, if granted, in emergency use for 120 days and only on some specific crops areas. An expert in the fight against nematodes in Italy is Giovanna Curto from the Plant Health Service of the Emilia-Romagna Region, who has worked for many years to find effective and innovative ways through research and experimentation. The Regional Phytosanitary Service, in collaboration with the Crea (Council for Agricultural Research and Analysis of the Agricultural Economics), has experimented with various roads with low environmental impact for containment. A type of approach, used already in the early 2000s, is linked to the use of green manure of biocidal plants, in particular Brassicaceae. These plants contain in their roots substances (glucosinolates) capable of developing, in the presence of water, isothiocyanate, a natural fumigant that affects the nematode. They are grown as catch crops at the beginning of autumn or in spring for a couple of months, until full bloom, then shredded and overgrown. Horseradish, mustard and rocket stews can be used, which keep the charge low in soils when larvae are already present. In addition to this system, more recently, pellets and flours are always used, obtained from biocidal plants, which are distributed in the ground, buried and wet to trigger fumigation. Which is the most effective solution in your opinion? We have seen that products and solutions are there. But a real defense strategy is integrated and involves more actions: the use of available products; the manure that enriches the soil with microorganisms and makes the soil pH unfavorable to the nematodes; rotations with non-host crops such as cereals and, of course, the cultivation and greening of biocidal plants. All effective remedies on medium-high nematode populations, up to 400-500 larvae / 100 cc of soil. In an emergency, and only for a limited period, when the nematode load is really high, you can use chemical or natural felling products, even fumigating, in pre-seeding or pre-transplanting, with the aim of making the defense more effective. with repeated treatments during the cultivation period. Are they sustainable from an economic point of view? Some treatments, like pellets of biocide substances, are expensive and are mainly used on income crops or in greenhouses and in this case they are economically sustainable. The fight of the nematodes in the open field is more difficult, where chemistry is still a more direct solution, especially when the infestation is very high and need products with a strong killing action. However, as an alternative to the chemical compounds with fumigating action, registered products of vegetable origin can be used such as granular garlic extract or invigorating substances such as tannins. In the open field, however, it is more convenient to organize a crop plan to combat nematodes, including: rotations with non-host crops, the introduction of inter-crop cultures of green manure biocide plants, the introduction of short-cycle early crops (such as the pea fodder), the cultivation of host species in periods less suitable for the development of the nematode population, such as the carrot cultivated in the winter-spring period or the early sown potato, with the aim of keeping the nematode populations at a level very low. Correct management of manure and cultivation plan with the inclusion of all good practices, also enriches the soil with organic substance, nitrogen, mineral elements that improve its vitality and fertility, allowing to reduce chemical fertilizations, with a actual savings. Taking stock, therefore, you get to have more active soils and plants that produce more, so it is worth implementing a correct and sustainable struggle against nematodes as much as possible …………. hTTps://cals.arizona.edu/yavapai/anr/hort/byg/archive/rootknotnematodes2015.html
supersonico
10/5/2019
08:50
Pesticides, authorized formulation based on Geraniol and Thymol against galligenic nematodes hTTp://foglie.tv/desc_news.php?id=3632&titolo=Fitofarmaci,%20autorizzato%20formulato%20a%20base%20di%20Geraniolo%20e%20Timolo%20contro%20i%20nematodi%20galligeni The request presented by Coldiretti for the emergency use of a formulation containing the active substances Geraniol and Thymol with nematocide action was accepted by the Ministry of Health, for the control of galligena nematodes belonging to the genus Meloidogyne spp. The active ingredients together have a synergistic activity that makes the product effective in protecting the roots of solanaceae (tomatoes, aubergines, peppers, chilli peppers) and cucurbits (watermelon, melon, pumpkin, cucumber, courgette) from the attacks of the nematodes found in the ground at the free form stage (J2). The product is not systemic and acts mainly by contact. The product can be used in the period 03/04/2019 to 08/01/2019. The product, in liquid form, can be applied from transplanting / sowing to harvesting, with intervals between treatments of 10-14 days. As regards the method of application and the volumes of water it is necessary to treat the soil through the existing drip irrigation system with perforated hose, using volumes of water (10,000 - 20,000 liters / ha) sufficient to distribute the product in the strip of land where the roots develop. In order to recreate the best conditions for the correct penetration and distribution of the formulation, in the soil it is recommended not to dilute the product with the total pre-established volume of water. It is important to distribute about 50% of the planned volume of irrigation water, before applying the product and, only later, to incorporate the formulation with about 20% of water, finally concluding by distributing the remaining 30% of water. …… hTTps://www.ilpuntocoldiretti.it/attualita/ambiente/fitofarmaci-autorizzato-formulato-a-base-di-geraniolo-e-timolo-contro-i-nematodi-galligeni/ ………………………. Agropharmaceuticals, the new proposals for 2019 hTTps://coltureprotette.edagricole.it/agrofarmaci-difesa/agrofarmaci-le-novita-proposte-per-il-2019/ Eastman Chemical Company CedrozTM, news from Eastman Chemical Company in the process of registration, is a new post-transplant nematocide, based on terpenes, for the defense against nematodes galligeni in horticulture. It consists of two active compounds that plants in nature produce as a defense mechanism in the presence of parasitic attacks: thymol and geraniol which, together, have a synergistic mode of action capable of increasing their effectiveness in the soil treated. Once the nematocide has been applied to the soil, thymol and geraniol act against nematodes through various mechanisms. Thanks to their lipophilic nature, the main mode of action is the accumulation in the cellular membranes of the nematodes, causing a loss of integrity of the same with consequent release of fundamental cellular substances, lysis and, ultimately, cell death. CedrozTM was developed with the idea of ​​"giving added value" to existing defense strategies for the management of nematode galligens thanks to the fact that the product does not leave residues on crops and has zero days of pre-harvest interval. In addition to this it has a multisite mode of action, so no resistance development is expected and it is also environmentally safe. Thymol and geraniol are included in Annex I according to Reg. CE 1107/2009 and are exempt from Lmr in accordance with Annex IV of Reg. CE n. 396/2005. The label will include strawberry, solanaceae (tomato, pepper, aubergine) and cucurbits (watermelon, melon, pumpkin and courgette). …………………….. hTTps://agronotizie.imagelinenetwork.com/materiali/Varie/File/nematodi-fmv-2012-1.pdf hTTps://www.noisiamoagricoltura.com/nematodi-galligeni/ hTTp://www.citteriopatate.it/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/5.2-Nematodi-galligeni.pdf
supersonico
10/5/2019
08:22
Prenatal and Early-Life Pesticide Exposures Associated with Increased Autism Risk and Severity hTTps://hygeia-analytics.com/2019/05/03/exposure-to-pesticides-in-the-first-year-associated-with-increased-autism-risk/ A multidisciplinary research team including epidemiologists, bio-statisticians, and neurologists has identified a link between prenatal and infant pesticide exposure and increased risk of developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) for residents of California’s Central Valley. The UCLA-based team started with a database of almost 3,000 people with a diagnosis of ASD born between 1998-2010 in eight counties in the Central Valley, the state’s most productive agricultural region. They then estimated pesticide exposures for families with a child with ASD, drawing on California’s mandatory Pesticide Use Reporting Program, or CA-PUR. This database provides the most detailed, place-based pesticide use records available anywhere in the world, and is why such a significant share of the state-0f-the-art pesticide-epidemiology studies assess human-health risks in California.
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