In Richmond, is it safe to eat your garden fruits and veggies?

Aug 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: SFBG Politics Blog

Questions remain about the safety of eating homegrown fruits and vegetables from gardens in Richmond and other areas affected by a fire at the Chevron refinery August 6. The official line from Contra Costa County--where residents were told to shelter-in-place during Monday evening's fire--is to wash the produce in your gardens extra well.

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tim macdonald

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#1 Aug 11, 2012
No from the meth labs the chemicals are every were thc crack many bad chemicals in the air *ground from meth..Richmond is a toxic wasteland frim liberals insainity ship yards asbestos dnt go to richmond they tax soda to pay for lead exsposure meth acetone

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