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Robert K. Roach

Assistant Agricultural Commissioner

Monterey County Health Department

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Monterey County Health Department

1270 Natividad Road

Salinas, California,93906

United States

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The Pajaro River Watershed : News: Methyl bromide phased out, berry-growers wary of new alt, methyl iodide

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Because of these restrictions, farmers "might not be able to use it in every situation," said Bob Roach, Monterey County's assistant agricultural commissioner.
Roach said Monterey County farmers have also been experimenting with telone and chloropicrin. But, he said, the chemicals have limited effectiveness. As methyl bromide supplies become limited, Roach said, the costs are increasing.


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The chloropicrin, which is injected into soil to kill fungi, weeds and insects before strawberries are planted, drifted about 400 feet to nearby residences on Penzance Street and Norman Way east of San Juan Grade Road, said Monterey County Assistant Agricultural Commissioner Bob Roach on Wednesday. "Chloropicrin is like tear gas and is a warning agent in fumigation," Roach said.A preliminary investigation, Roach said, has shown no violations or problems in applying the fumigant, which was a combination of methyl bromide (57 percent) and chloropicrin (43 percent).Hot air probably caused the fumigant to rise as the field was being covered with tarps, and the lack of wind failed to dilute the concentration of the chemicals coming from the soil, Roach said.


Salinas Californian - www.thecalifornian.com - Salinas, CA

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Bob Roach, assistant agricultural commissioner of Monterey County, said Tuesday that it's still too soon to tell how much the freezing temperatures have cost the industry locally.


Ocean View Property Sale : Monterey County Weekly

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Source: Bob Roach, Monterey County Assistant Ag Commissioner


Salinas Californian - www.thecalifornian.com - Salinas, CA

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Identifying a specific terrorist threat to the produce grown in the Salinas Valley is difficult, because the agriculture industry is so varied, said Bob Roach, Monterey County's assistant agricultural commissioner.The vast, open tracts of land necessary for agriculture make security a troublesome issue, said Roach, who's helping to orchestrate the event.Anyone can walk onto an open field, and policing is difficult because there is no way to seal off fields, he said.The food processing and packaging industry in Monterey also is at risk, though security in these businesses is easier because activities usually take place in enclosed area, Roach said.


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