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ICYMI: Improving pesticide's sticking abilities

Conventionally farmed tomatoes are going to grow up a lot easier.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: MIT researchers created a kind of pesticide that is much more likely to stick on plant leaves because its additives are made of negatively and positively charged polymers that bond together. This means far less pesticide needs to be used for the same effect, and fewer pollutants are likely to get into the water system.

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