State lowering the boom on aerial spraying company – but victim claims his life has become a living hell
Five months after timber worker Darryl Ivy blew the whistle on his employer’s helicopter herbicide spraying in Douglas County, the state Department of Agriculture has proposed revoking the company’s license and fining it more than $40,000.
Ivy says he’s out of work and with health problems he attributes to his illegal exposure to herbicides, his life has turned into a living hell.
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