Pesticides absolutely contribute to sterility, and fortunately these are much less prevalent than they were several decades ago. One case involves Central American banana farmers in the 1960s and 70s, who worked with the pesticide Nemagon, resulting in several physical damages among the workers and their families, including sterility. In another case in the Phillipines, banana plantation workers were also afflicted with sterility after working with the pesticide dibromochloropropane.
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