Bad Science | Pam Charbonneau claims help Ban Ontario Pesticides | Fiesta Herbicide | Neudorff Professional North America: Pesticide Ban Update

Neudorff Stands Behind University of Guelph Studies.  So what they are inaccurate…  Business is booming.

Pesticide Ban Update

Category: Canada, Products, Herbicide 

The movement to ban harmful cosmetic pesticides is gaining momentum in Canada. Quebec, Ontario, and Nova Scotia already have bans in place, while Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, and British Columbia are either implementing or discussing the legislation of cosmetic pesticide bans. Many communities have taken it upon themselves to curtail the cosmetic use of pesticides through local bylaw enforcement and restrictions on pesticide sales. The latest development in the ongoing discussion of pesticide bans is a proposal to table ban legislation in Manitoba as early as the end of 2012.

The lawn care industry, the major consumer of cosmetic pesticides, has to brace itself for these restrictions by looking to alternative products that are acceptable under the strictures of these bans. Neudorff has received inquiries regarding the suitability of Fiesta Lawn Weed Killer® and Finalsan® Grass and Weed Killer to step in and fill the gaps left by the products that have been banned.

With the implementation of the cosmetic pesticide ban in Ontario, lawn care companies had very few options left to them. They resorted to pulling weeds and to biopesticides that did not fit well into their standard practice. When Fiesta Lawn Weed Killer® was introduced in 2010, the industry finally had a product that was effective and fit into the way they traditionally treated for weeds. Fiesta Lawn Weed Killer® is now a widely used herbicide in the lawn care industry in Ontario.

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2,4,5-T | 30 Year Human Pesticide Exposure Experiment | Nitro West Virginia | Monsanto lawsuit | Agent Orange

Lunatic Activists Claim Victory without reading the fine Print.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Nitro moves forward on Monsanto lawsuit and purchase of 1st Avenue Property


for the daily mail

Nitro City Council met Tuesday evening to discuss the status of the Monsanto lawsuit and the proposed acquisition of the property at the corner of First Avenue and 22nd Street.

Lisa Circle, a representative for the Nitro Class Action Settlement Administrators LLC, spoke to council and the residents in attendance about the property cleanup and medical monitoring programs that are now available. Circle shared that a mass-mailing was sent out over two years ago was merely a pre-registration, not a completed questionnaire.

“It doesn’t mean you completed the questionnaire, it just lines you up to get the information on these programs,” Circle said.

Circle shared the Nitro Class Action Settlement Administrators LLC office is located at 2303 First Ave. in Nitro. Office hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays.

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Ontario Cosmetic Pesticide Ban | Failure to Save Birds, Bees, Butterflies | Neonicotinoids were Banned in April, 2009 | Ontario’s beekeepers lost 58% of their bees last winter: Report | Ontario | News

The Ontario Cosmetic Pesticide Ban did nothing to save the Bees, Birds and Butterflies in Ontario.

Enviro Lunatics | Save Tree Before Saving Child | National Post editorial board: Kill the trees — before they kill us | National Post

July 25, 2014

Kill the trees – before they kill us

By National Post Editorial Board

This summer, the National Post editorial board presents readers with a special series of articles on the everyday menaces that may kill or permanently disfigure you.