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





Weegy: B)reveals a dramatic increase in cases in the last 10 years, as more pesticides are used.
Expert answered|OneRepublic|Points 585|

User: If glyphosate-resistant weeds become widespread in the future, we can expect farmers to (Points : 5) A) kill these weeds by applying more glyphosate to their fields. B)switch to a pesticide that is more effective for this problem. C)return to traditional tillage, leading to increased soil erosion. D)switch to raising these "weeds" as a new type of crop.

Weegy: B)switch to a pesticide that is more effective for this problem.
Expert answered|OneRepublic|Points 585|

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