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Re: hosta-open DIGEST V1 #777


The chemical companies wanted the EPA to have re labeling so they would
have the excuse the raise prices.
>
>A lot of the chemicals gardeners use are expensive not because they 
>are expensive to manufacture, but rather because the EPA made all the 
>chemical companies reregister all their chemicals and to go through a 
>very expensive process.  It costs millions of dollars to register a 
>chemical for use and someone has to pay that cost.  The environmental 
>wackos in our society want to eliminate the use of all chemicals.  I 
>doubt that will ever happen, but get someone like Gore in the 
>Whitehouse and we may actually start down that path.  
Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

"Conflict is as addictive as nicotine, alcohol, drugs, etc.
I'm sorry to report that cooperation is not."
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