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jamaica plain

Between a rock and a harsh chemical

By Jim Cronin
Globe Correspondent / February 4, 2007

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The state's Department of Conservation and Recreation will continue using Roundup to kill weeds along Southwest Corridor Park , despite receiving more than 400 signed cards and letters urging the agency to stop using the product. It contains the chemical compound glyphosate, which critics say could leach into ground water. (Full article: 279 words)

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