This comes round every few years usually when an agrochemical company has introduced a new wonder. The link below is from the US but there are still reports of herbicides contamination in the UK. The current issue is stunted plants grown where horse manure has been used.
There are reports from the US about residues of Clopyralid contamination in compost from golf courses and hay meadows.
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The answer is simple; only compost material from your own garden but you must not use pesticides in your garden particularly the lawn if you want clean compost. Think of the bees and your kids or grandchildren. Do you want them running round on grass soaked in chemicals?
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