Pesticide run-off poses threat to aquatic biodiversity

The last phase of a long-term official study of pesticide leaching from arable land has shown that even less mobile pesticides can be washed into streams at concentrations lethal to aquatic life.1 An official response is still awaited to the project's overall findings that the biodiversity of headwater streams is being damaged by pesticide run-off.

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