Pa. pesticide maker vows steps to protect lions
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#1 Mar 29, 2009
So a little bit of licensed and permitted pesticide in every bite of your food here is ok right? After all, we know what a good job the government does of protecting our interests? Boycott nerve gasses and poisons in your food. Eat organic and feel, look better and live longer.
“I am right.”
Since: Feb 08
#2 Mar 30, 2009
Organic is way to expensive for some of us to afford.
Maybe when it becomes cheaper, then we will make that choice.
#3 Mar 31, 2009
That’s right you green nuts. Organic like Cyanide Abrimaction or even pyrethrins that one comes from pretty flowers! You think anything marked green natural or organic must be safe right? How about the salmonella or E.coli from al the natural shit you put on things for fertilizer. At least the pesticides have some test data and controls unlike the free wheeling organic market out there. Any one can slap a organic sticker on your fruit and what does that mean. Well I will tell you "nothing" Because there are hundreds of definitions for green and organic ITS NOT REGULATED AT ALL. Try Google organic fruit and veggies from Mexico Its found to contaminated with human shit. Who says some thing is organic? Well the seller does and he wouldn’t lie to you would he? You know what I say “good luck with that!”
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