Some 200 growers in Florida and Hawaii battling chemical giant DuPont Co. over crop damage allegedly destroyed by a DuPont fungicide may return to court to argue that they are entitled to more money.

DuPont, they contend, tricked them into accepting relatively small settlements by withholding or destroying key evidence that would have helped growers win their cases at trial or pressure DuPont into bigger pay-outs.

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