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Even organic pesticides spur change in the wildlife next door

Bird's-eye view of an employee harvesting kale at an organic farm.

A worker harvests kale on an organic farm. The limited selection of pesticides used on such farms can drive evolution of pesticide resistance in nearby species. Credit: Brendon Thorne/Bloomberg/Getty

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Nature 599, 535 (2021)



  1. Almeida, R. A., Lemmens, P., De Meester, L. & Brans, K. I. Proc. R. Soc. B. (2021).

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