Pineapple Country: the Agrochemicals that Pollute the Panama Canal and Beyond

The farmer looks down from the top of the slope. The dark-skinned and bulky man is dressed in gray overalls and a wide-brimmed hat. This is part of the gear used in pineapple crops that is meant to protect him when applying pesticides and other hazardous products. At the foot of the slope, lies Isadora Rojas’ house. Pineapple crowns peek out from the opposite plot.