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In a new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, researchers applied high concentrations of two common pesticides—a fungicide called thiabendazole and an insecticide called phosmet—to organic Gala apples.
The very lengthy washing wiped out 80% of the thiabendazole and 96% of the phosmet.
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Origin and Etymology of thiabendazole
First Known Use: 1961See Words from the same year
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