If the EPA allows continued use of dicamba pesticide, it could push monarch butterflies to extinction

If the EPA allows continued use of dicamba pesticide, it could push monarch butterflies to extinction
(Natural News) Over the course of the next year, more than 60 million acres of the monarch butterfly’s natural habitat are expected to be sprayed with dicamba herbicide. The shocking report from the Center for Biological Diversity, a U.S. environmental group, explains that the widespread use of this toxin spells big trouble for the butterflies….
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