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In U.S. agricultural areas, what portion of private wells have pesticide levels that exceed the EPA's human health benchmarks? (Note that private wells are typically shallower than public wells.)

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Per a 2008 EPA report, "Approximately 1 percent of the shallow wells tested had concentrations of pesticides above levels considered safe for human health."

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