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Citrus growers resort to antibiotics

ZOLFO SPRINGS, Fla. — A pernicious disease is eating away at Roy Petteway's orange trees. The bacterial infection, transmitted by a tiny winged insect from China. In a last-ditch attempt to slow the infection, Mr. Petteway revved up his industrial sprayer and doused the trees with a novel pesticide: antibiotics used to treat syphilis, tuberculosis, and a number of other illnesses in humans.

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