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Ontario Pesticide Ban Failure | Petition U of Toronto | Margaret Atwood wants Pesticide Treated Field over Synthetic Turf |Keep U of T Back Campus Green | Change.org

University of Toronto Governing Council: Keep U of T Back Campus Green

Petitioning David Naylor

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2013 – Beyond Pesticides | Follow lead of Scarborough Maine | Cancer Causing Pesticide used to Kill Grubs – NOFA

Trackback at bottom of post : Scarborough Maine 2012 Field Scouting Reports with pictures / pesticide treatment times and dates. May – October 2012 Field Scouting Scarborough Maine Park (Wiley) : Dave Melevsky : Chip Osborne : Tom Kelly


Report Finds Children Across Maine at Risk from Pesticides

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Imidacloprid – Pesticide Safe for Breakfast but Dangerous on Lawns – Pesticide approved against wireworms in cereals, soybeans | Grain News

Pesticide approved against wireworms in cereals, soybeans

 

Dec 31, 2012 4:36 AM

By: Staff


An off-patent ag chem maker’s potato, vegetable and fruit insecticide has been cleared to enter the cereal and soybean growers’ market in Canada.

Mana Canada, the Winnipeg-based Canadian arm of Israeli chemical maker Makhteshim Agan, recently announced it has picked up federal registration to expand the label for its imidacloprid (Group 4A) product Alias 240SC, to cover control of wireworms in cereal and soybean crops.

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Audio: Discredited Activist – Non EXPERT MEG SEARS – Ash Borer – TreeAzin – Talks with CKCU Studio and Sean Barker

AshBorer NON Expert Meg Sears

 

Meg Sears (Bibliographer) Claims Neem Oil (TreeAzin) is extremely effective.

First Pesticide she recommends to the public.

 

Sean Barker (Arborist) Claims 4 years ago we had effective products. (4 years ago there was no Ontario Pesticide Ban)

Fertilizing City Trees improves overall treees health.  TreeAzin needs to be reapplied every 2 years at $250 per injection

Full Registration of TreeAzin in Ontario coming soon.

 

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Mona Thiruchelvam Ph.D : Findings of Research Misconduct – Federal Register, Volume 77 Issue 125 (June 28, 2012)

[Federal Register Volume 77, Number 125 (Thursday, June 28, 2012)]
[Notices]
[Pages 38632-38633]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2012-15887]

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Office of the Secretary

Findings of Research Misconduct

AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, HHS.

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