How dangerous is this tobacco ?
- Subject: [cg] How dangerous is this tobacco ?
- From: Hans H Harmsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 05:48:34 +1200
I have been following the discussion about smoking in community
Where is the proof, that the use of tobacco is likely to infect other
related plants ?
I would be interested, if one of you all could find me an article on this
aspect of the subject.
As I do practical research with what worms can and cannot do for our
environment, I would like to do some experimenting with tobacco, used and
I am not suggesting, to buy all my worms a packet of cigarettes
naturally, but it would be interesting to know, if nicotine in any form
is detrimental to the worms.
Any butts I can have ?
From one of my friends, I cannot obtain them any more, and we are both
putting pressure on her husband, to give up the habit, but without much
success, despite the fact, that he spent 7 weeks around the hospital
going to the oncology department daily.
He has no cancercells now, but it was a close go.
Our local school had a campaign for a while, warning the young pupils,
never to take up smoking, It made sense, but I have not seen it lately,
Putting the pressure onto the smoker to stop, may NOT be the right
approach, as it tends to make them more determined to keep doing
All in all, As a non smoker, I agree with Adam, let them if they want to,
but make them wash their hands before handling the plants in the garden,
it may make them think about what they are doing, imagine being asked to
wash your hands on a cold frosty morning, just because you have been
--Sincerely Yours :
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