The DuPont Co., embroiled in decade-long litigation over its fungicideBenlate, is once again being accused of covering up evidence ofwrongdoing.

DuPont suffered a serious blow in 1996 when a Miami-Dade judge ruledthat the chemical giant had destroyed evidence, thwarted discovery andengaged in “semantic tricks” to hide the truth about company fieldtests.

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