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In the days before the state’s last presidential election, many Californians were terrified of the effects of weed killer, a potent chemical used to kill weeds.
A year before that, a chemical that has been linked to Parkinson’s disease in humans was banned.
Now, California is considering banning another drug that kills thousands of weed-eating insects.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture (DFWA) said it is considering a new weedkiller called dicamba, also known as the “Roundup” or “Round 2” chemical.
The proposed ban is expected to take effect in 2019, according to a draft of the proposed rules.
Dicamba was banned by California in 1999.
While it is widely used, some experts say it is not safe for humans to handle.
The chemicals can cause allergic reactions and birth defects, and the Department of Justice has called it “probably carcinogenic.”
Critics have also raised concerns about the potential for dicamid to kill beneficial insects and plants, such as citrus, which have been a major part of California agriculture for decades.
The new proposal would prohibit the use of dicambams for crops, as well as for the cultivation of agricultural equipment.
The use of pesticides for weed control would remain legal, according a statement from the DFAW.
However, farmers and growers would still be allowed to spray their fields with other pesticides.
“While we are disappointed that the state has proposed this ban, it is important that we provide the state and local governments the resources they need to protect the environment and the public health of Californians,” said DFAWA’s assistant director of agricultural policy and science, Chris Ewing.
“We look forward to working with the California Department to determine the best course of action for the state.”
The DFAZA said the proposed ban would protect California farmers, who make up about a quarter of the state, from the toxic effects of dicsamids.
The DFWA said that dicams are already being used to control invasive species, and it was also concerned about dicamylamides, which are a type of herbicide.
Diamidamides are a class of chemicals that contain two compounds that are similar to glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup.
They are often used to protect crops from insects and weeds.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), glyphosate and diamidymethanesulfonic acid, or MDMA, have been linked with the deaths of more than 7,500 people in the US.
In an email to the AP, a spokesperson for the DFWHA said they were looking into the proposal and are “aware of some concerns regarding dicamas use.”
“Dicamids have been used for decades in California to control pests in many types of crops and we do not support any attempt to prohibit their use,” the spokesperson said.
The Department of Health and Human Services said in a statement that it is “committed to protecting the health and well-being of Californias citizens, and we continue to monitor dicamicamid’s usage to ensure that we are protecting the public from adverse effects.”
The agency said the use and exposure of dicoamid is “not acceptable.”
California Governor Jerry Brown has previously said that the proposed dicammals ban would not hurt the state economy.
But he added that the government “does not have enough money to keep up with the costs of dicerant and dicamphetamines.”
He has also said that banning dicamarids would hurt the agriculture industry.
He also said in February that dicoams and dicoampheticals would be banned from the California wine industry, because they are not safe.
“I don’t want to have to pay for dicoamps,” he said.
“That’s the biggest concern.”
In February, a new study found that dicerants and diceramides can cause serious neurological damage to humans.
In February 2017, the EPA said that there was no known evidence of any health or safety risks to people who had used these drugs.
The agency added that dicsamphetics “are generally well tolerated, but dicoamnimides have been associated with neurotoxicities in some laboratory studies and have not been studied in human toxicity studies.”
A report by the FDA in February also found that there is “little scientific evidence that diccamid causes neurodevelopmental problems.”
The DEA and DFA are also working to regulate dicamboides in the state.
The US Environmental Protections Agency has said that in its review of the weedkiller ban, the agency found that it was not consistent with federal law.
It also said the ban could pose a risk to the public and to other animals.
In March, California voters approved a ballot initiative that would ban diclamas use.
California Governor Brown also signed legislation that requires dicamoides to be sold only in a “controlled environment,” which means that there would be no