Ontario Pesticide BAN FAILURE | Urban Stream Water Concentrations | CARBARYL | Using Carbaryl in open bodies of water

Ontario Ministry of Environment URBAN STREAM WATER CONCENTRATIONS document seems to be a real big waste of time considering Washington State is purposely dumping this stuff into the water bodies there.


Portions of privately owned tidelands in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor will be treated with the pesticide “Sevin” on or between July 21, 2013 and July 26, 2013.




Notices will be posted at all public boat launches on the water bodies within 1.5 miles of the treated area and posted at all public access within 1/4 mile of the treatment area. The active ingredient to be used is carbaryl. For more information contact the applicators at 360-244-2651, 360-875-5557, 360-942-8616. This treatment is regulated under permits issued by the Department of Ecology Water Quality Program (360-407-0245). This pesticide has been approved for this purpose by the EPA and Washington Departments of Agriculture, Ecology and Fish and Wildlife.




Willapa Bay Grays Harbor Oyster Growers Association

P.O. Box 3, Ocean Park, WA 98640

Published July 3 and July 17 2013

Legal No. 235-13


Changes in Urban Stream Water Pesticide Concentrations One Year after a Cosmetic Pesticides Ban

Aaron Todd 2010


One comment on “Ontario Pesticide BAN FAILURE | Urban Stream Water Concentrations | CARBARYL | Using Carbaryl in open bodies of water

  1. WILLIAM H. GATHERCOLE AND NORAH G July 18, 2013 3:32 pm

    As mentioned in the above report, Oyster Growers are allowed to use CARBARYL insecticide as a water treatment against ghost shrimp and mud shrimp in oyster beds.


    There are lots of other examples where pest control products are used SAFELY under the most unexpected circumstances.


    It should be noted that, until 2007, even the herbicide SIMAZINE was also used an algae control for home aquariums.


    Moreover, chloraseptic, a brand of oral analgesic used for the relief of minor sore throat and mouth pain, has an active ingredient PHENOL, which is a chemical derivative herbicides such as PHENOXY HERBICIDES like 2,4-D, as well as numerous pharmaceutical drugs.


    If you spray chloraseptic on broad-leaved weeds, they will twist and shrivel in epinasty, just like 2,4-D.


    Additionally, the neonicotinoid insecticide IMIDACLOPRID is contained in K9 Advantix 10 Flea and Tick Adulticide for dogs and puppies.


    WILLIAM H. GATHERCOLE AND NORAH G   http://pesticidetruths.com/   http://wp.me/P1jq40-2rr  



    Reference — carbaryl — 2002 05 20 — Oyster Growers Given OK To Use Carbaryl On Limited Basis





    Reference — carbaryl — 2010 05 14 — Letter — Environmental Protection Agency





    Reference — 2,4-D — Chloraseptic — Wikipedia





    Label — Algae Destroyer For Freshwater Aquarium — 1998/2003





    Label — K9 Advantix 10 Flea and Tick Adulticide ( imidacloprid )



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