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A garden is suffering from a quickly growing mold (a fungus). The most effective treatment for this problem would be the application of (Points : 5) an herbicide. a fungicide. a
pesticide. a rodenticide.
A. fungicide.
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User: A garden is suffering from a quickly growing mold (a fungus). The most effective treatment for this problem would be the application of (Points : 5) an herbicide. a fungicide. a pesticide. a rodenticide.

Weegy: A. fungicide.
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User: Global documentation of pesticide poisoning (Points : 5) reveals a dramatic decline in cases in the last 5 years, due primarily to WHO standards. reveals a dramatic increase in cases in the last 10 years, as more pesticides are used. indicates an increase in herbicide but not pesticide poisoning. has no official data that has been tracked for trends.



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can you provide some specific examples of negative impacts from dams? Can you think of any "ripple effect" impacts or additional unforeseen impacts of dams?
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can you provide some specific examples of negative impacts from dams? Can you think of any "ripple effect" impacts or additional unforeseen impacts of dams?
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There are question that are asked when new dams need to be build. The people want to know why is the dam needed and will it be useful to the environment?
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Dams are expensive to build, a lot of small towns and villages of people are forced to move out sometimes in order for these dams to be built, which causes a lot of families to lose their crops which is how they support their families. Areas of water are lost such as waterfalls, and small fish runs. Animals that depend on this water have to find another source of nutrients or they begin to die.
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