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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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