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The indictment alleges Rivera knowingly applied banned fumigants at the Sirenusa resort in St. John in October 2014 and March 2015.
The only contaminant in this class found in state drinking water in 2016 was dibromochloropropane, a soil fumigant banned in 1978.
Khapra beetles are highly tolerant of insecticides and fumigants, and can survive long periods without food.
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The bug can tolerate insecticides and fumigants, and can survive for long periods without food, the customs agency said.
On the table is the use of Curfew, a fumigant that sparked protest by the course's neighbors eight years ago because of its classification as a potential carcinogen.
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