The active ingredient glyphosate is found in the breast milk of American mothers at levels that are a dangerous 760 to 1600 times higher than allowable limits in European drinking water.
MIT Researcher’s New Warning: At Today’s Rate, Half of All U.S. Children Will Be Autistic (by 2025)
By Nick Meyer On June 11, 2014 · Add Comment
Research scientist Stephanie Seneff of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a widely published author on topics ranging from Azlheimer’s Disease to autism and cardiovascular disease, raised plenty of eyebrows recently with a bold proclamation on autism at a special panel in Massachusetts about genetically modified organisms and other topics.
“At today’s rate, by 2025, one in two children will be autistic,” Seneff said last Thursday in Groton, MA at an event sponsored by the holistic-focused Groton Wellness organization.
Cosmetic Use Pesticide Research And Innovation Program (CUPRI)
Funded By the Government of Ontario, Administered by the Agricultural Adaption Council
The Ontario Trade Association (Landscape Ontario Lawn Care Commodity Group) has been promoting anything they can in order to Survive the Ontario 2009 Cosmetic Pesticide Ban.
Hoping for new products to come onto the market that actually work and offer Tools to Landscape Exterminators for effective and efficient control of Broadleaf Weeeds, Crabgrass and Grubs.
Supporting Biological Options and funding of monies being funneled to Dr. Brownbridge of VineLand Research.
On December of 2013 the Lawn Care Commodity Group Meeting and an included youtube video tell it like it really is.
THE ONTARIO PESTICIDE BAN IS A FAILURE , THERE ARE NO ALTERNATIVE PRODUCTS THAT WORK!!!
Pesticide program extended for another year
By Matthew Hoekstra – Richmond Review
Published: September 23, 2013 4:00 PM
UPDATE: Staff's recommendation was not supported by public works committee members and the program has been extended for one year.
ORIGINAL STORY: City of Richmond bylaw enforcement officers have yet to issue a single ticket to violators of a four-year-old bylaw that bans the use of pesticides for cosmetic purposes.
Council approved the bylaw in 2009. It came with a budget for enforcement and education—an amount totalling $143,048 this year.
Now staff are recommending budget be cut in half—reducing a focus on educating residents, landscapers and retailers about the bylaw and low-toxicity alternatives to pesticides.