Pesticide Residues on Three Cut Flower Species and Potential Exposure of Florists in Belgium

@inproceedings{Toumi2016PesticideRO,
  title={Pesticide Residues on Three Cut Flower Species and Potential Exposure of Florists in Belgium},
  author={Khaoula Toumi and Christiane Vleminckx and Joris van Loco and Bruno Schiffers},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2016}
}
In order to assess the prevalence of pesticide contamination and the risk of florists' exposure when handling cut flowers, sampling and analysis of 90 bouquets of the most commonly sold cut flowers in Belgium (50 bouquets of roses; 20 of gerberas, and 20 of chrysanthemums) were carried out. The bouquets were collected from 50 florists located in the seven largest cities of Belgium (Antwerp, Brussels, Charleroi, Ghent, Leuven, Liege, and Namur) and from five supermarkets located in the different… CONTINUE READING
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