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Roadside cultivation - a heavy metal health hazard?

A study in Kampala has shown that some roadside crops, particularly leafy vegetables, contain dangerously high levels of heavy metal contamination. The findings have helped in the development of new ordinances for urban agriculture, to achieve the right balance between risks and benefits.
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