3 (1) IUSTITIA 88 (1975)
It has long been recognized that many pesticide products offer a potential hazard, which if unregulated, may result in injury or death. The development of highly toxic pesticides during the last decade has created a need for stricter regulation of pesticide use in the agricultural community. Specifically, the farm worker of today is in need of legislative protection from exposure to deadly chemical agents now being used to control pests and disease in the fields and orchards. Regulating the handling and use of these dangerous pesticides is but one way to protect the farmer, the farm worker, and the environment. More ambitiously, the development of less hazardous pest control strategies is to be sought.
Loveless, R. Craig
"Pesticide Regulation and The Farm Worker,"
IUSTITIA: Vol. 3
, Article 5.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/iustitia/vol3/iss1/5
Agribusiness Commons, Agriculture Commons, Environmental Policy Commons, Environmental Public Health Commons, Labor Relations Commons, Law Commons, Pharmacology, Toxicology and Environmental Health Commons