Pesticide poisonings reported by Florida citrus fieldworkers.

J. Griffith, R. C. Duncan, Janet Konefal

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Abstract

Confirmed pesticide poisonings were developed into an incidence rate in 1981 of 34 poisonings per 10 000 permanent and semi-permanent fieldworkers. The number of possible and confirmed poisonings for all fieldworkers was then developed into an incidence rate of 160 poisonings per 10 000 fieldworkers. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal of Environmental Science & Health, Part B
EditionB20
StatePublished - Dec 1 1985
Externally publishedYes

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Griffith, J., Duncan, R. C., & Konefal, J. (1985). Pesticide poisonings reported by Florida citrus fieldworkers. In Journal of Environmental Science & Health, Part B (B20 ed.)

Pesticide poisonings reported by Florida citrus fieldworkers. / Griffith, J.; Duncan, R. C.; Konefal, Janet.

Journal of Environmental Science & Health, Part B. B20. ed. 1985.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Griffith, J, Duncan, RC & Konefal, J 1985, Pesticide poisonings reported by Florida citrus fieldworkers. in Journal of Environmental Science & Health, Part B. B20 edn.
Griffith J, Duncan RC, Konefal J. Pesticide poisonings reported by Florida citrus fieldworkers. In Journal of Environmental Science & Health, Part B. B20 ed. 1985
Griffith, J. ; Duncan, R. C. ; Konefal, Janet. / Pesticide poisonings reported by Florida citrus fieldworkers. Journal of Environmental Science & Health, Part B. B20. ed. 1985.
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