Children play on the school field as staffers from the California Air Resources Board and the Department of Pesticide Regulation take an audit of a toxic sampler set up outside Benevidez Elementary School in Parlier in 2006.
Children play on the school field as staffers from the California Air Resources Board and the Department of Pesticide Regulation take an audit of a toxic sampler set up outside Benevidez Elementary School in Parlier in 2006. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Children play on the school field as staffers from the California Air Resources Board and the Department of Pesticide Regulation take an audit of a toxic sampler set up outside Benevidez Elementary School in Parlier in 2006. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee Staff Photo

California to limit spraying farm pesticides near schools and day care centers

March 16, 2017 11:12 AM

UPDATED March 16, 2017 01:14 PM

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