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Re: "Roundup, Why Not?? "

>Hi All,
>   I need a website or article to point one of our Community Garden members
>towards. Something printable and or linkable perhaps for our website. We are
>attempting to describe what organic gardening IS for the group.
>    She asked the all important Question that others in suburbia will ask as
>well. She still thinks Roundup does not stay in soils after use. Not
>scientifically minded or spoken, I need ammo please! (I actually just become
>speechless when I hear people not using critical thinking skills reguarding
>this and other important issues.) After this I will move on to the other
>culprit, Miracle Grow.  --Soleil

Ten reasons to NOT use Roundup
Compiled by Caroline Cox, Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to 
Pesticides- (NCAP)

CATs - ROUNDUP Toxicological Profile

Keith Addison

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