It’s a common misconception that dirty dozen crops are only cultivated for their food.
They’re also popular in Europe, South America and Asia, where they’re grown for their oil and cosmetics.
But the reality is they’re everywhere.
The top five crops for 2014 in the United States were lettuce, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, and peppers.
The next top five are peas, potatoes, corn, and soybeans.
All of these crops are grown in the top five countries, including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Japan.
The list goes on.
A dirtier 10% of the crop goes to the U.S., while the rest is grown in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Africa.
That’s why it’s important to keep an eye on these crops and make sure you’re buying from companies that produce dirtiest varieties.
The Dirtiest Foods There are a few dirtiest foods on the market, but the top 10 most popular crops for the past 10 years have been lettuce, tomato, onions and peppers, according to the annual Food Pollution Index report.
Lettuce, which is cultivated for its oil, was at the top of the list with a score of 14.6, followed by lettuce, lettuce and tomatoes, with a ranking of 10.6.
The same report showed that onions had the highest score of 4.2.
Limes are a favorite of the rich, but they’re also high in pesticide residue, which can be harmful to health.
This year, lettuce was ranked at number 1 in terms of pesticide residue.
As for tomatoes, they were number 4.6 with a soil test score of 9.8.
A study from a major food-and-waste company showed that tomatoes are the dirtiest vegetable on the planet.
It found that tomatoes, unlike lettuce, have higher levels of pesticide residues.
For example, in 2014, tomatoes with high levels of residue levels were found to contain the pesticide chlorpyrifos, which has been linked to cancer and reproductive problems.
The Most Toxic Plants For the past five years, the top ten dirtiest plants in the world were: cucumbers, which had a soil level of 2.6; cabbage, which was at a level of 3.5; tomatoes, which were at a soil of 2; tomatoes and potatoes, which each had a level score of 2, which ranked at 4; and cabbage, at a score score of 6.
The dirtiest vegetables are all found in Asia and Africa, where the crop is often grown for its food.
In Asia, the dirtier the crop, the more pesticide residue is in it, but in the Middle East and North Africa, the crops are often grown as food for livestock, the report found.
The study also found that, globally, the soil level for cucumbers is higher than for potatoes, tomatoes and onions, which have different chemical makeup.
And in the South, the highest soil level is for tomatoes at a depth of 15 inches.
But, in other regions, soil levels for the crops were similar.
The Dirty-Dirty-Degree Foods According to the report, dirty-doug-degree crops include: tomatoes, potatoes and cabbage (which are in the dirt); potatoes and tomatoes (which have high levels); cabbage, tomatoes (low levels); and cabbage and potatoes (low concentrations).
The study said that in 2014 the dirtiness of the dirt in potatoes ranged from 3 to 14 percent, and the dirt levels of tomatoes ranged from 7 to 14.5 percent.
But in the same year, the amount of pesticides in the soil of tomatoes was over 3,000 times higher than the soil levels of potatoes.
The Worst Plants for Pollution Levels There are two types of crops, dirt and water, that are commonly grown for the production of oil, cosmetics, and fertilizers.
Pollution levels are determined by the amount and type of pesticides, which are added to the soil.
For oil, pesticides are added with fertilizer to the crop to make it last longer.
For cosmetics, pesticides and other chemicals are added in the form of a mixture with water.
Pollutants are added so that the soil will absorb them and the plants will grow stronger.
The chemicals are used to make the plants grow taller.
The pesticides and fertilizer are added during the planting season, but it’s also during the harvest season when pesticides and the chemicals are harvested.
The most common pesticides and chemical used to grow dirt crops are glyphosate, thiamethoxam, and imidacloprid.
They have a very high residue level and can cause cancer, reproductive problems, and birth defects.
The Healthiest Foods The dirtier a food is, the higher the health score for it.
For the dirtest crops, the healthiest ones are vegetables, which contain the highest amount of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.
The highest level