Ontario Pesticide Ban Failure | Wrong Again and Non Expert: Meg Sears | Remarkably Effective Organic Pesticide TreeAzin ? | Emerald Ash Borer
Posted on April 10, 2013 | Meg Sears | Written on April 10, 2013
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This was in response to a CBC radio report of possibly unscrupulous/incompetent tree cutters looking for business cutting down Ash trees. There seems to be a rash of folks with chain saws ready to cut every ash tree in Ottawa. Large trees are valuable green infrastructure, as they cool in the summer, clean the air and water and improve physical and mental health, not to mention property values. The borer is on its way, but trees can be saved even if moderately infected, by injection of a remarkably effective and safe organic pesticide every other year. We hope that within a decade or so, biocontrols will be in place, so injections are just a short term necessity. The pesticide was developed by the Canadian Forestry Service. See www.bioforest.ca for information and service providers. Ottawa's tree canopy is already below recommended standards, and 25% of our street trees are Ash. The city is on track to save only a few percent of these. For efficiencies and a great bargain, neighbours should band together to treat and save all their Ash trees.
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Thanks to Meg Sears and her buddies, and their conspiracy to needlessly and arbitrarily prohibit pest control products in the urban landscape, municipalities no longer have effective and economical tools to control the emerald ash borer. It is impossible to control emerald ash borer without conventional pest control products. Pesticide-free means dead trees as well as dangerous weed-infested playing surfaces. Because of Sears, Ontario now looks like a garbage dump. Sears did not want legal, safe, and effective pesticides, and imposed her life-style choice on Ontario. She should now get used to the sounds of chain saws. And the disintegration of playing surfaces for children. Emerald ash borer, a wood-boring insect that is highly destructive to ash trees, is an example where anti-pesticide prohibition led to municipalities being forced to spend stunningly exorbitant amounts of money and resources. http://wp.me/P1jq40-43V Moreover, municipalities can no longer afford the hardship and cost of Sears’ #@!!% pesticide ban nonsense ?!?! And there is little debate about the fact that bans imposed by Sears and her buddies have converted Ontario communities into shabbier and dangerous pest-infested garbage dumps. http://wp.me/P1jq40-44g http://wp.me/P1jq40-4z3 WILLIAM H. GATHERCOLE AND NORAHG https://pesticidetruths.com/ http://wp.me/P1jq40-2rr
Please go to the following links for reports concerning emerald ash borer …
EMERALD ASH BORER – CARNAGE INFLICTED BY STUNNINGLY EXORBITANT COSTS OF MAINTENANCE FOR MUNICIPALITIES – WHO CAN AFFORD THIS #@!!% BAN NONSENSE ?!?! – 2012 11 29 ( Reports )
EMERALD ASH BORER – NEEM OIL INSECTICIDE – TREEAZIN FAILURES ( Web-Page )
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