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Re: Chemical opinion - Attn: Mary

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Chemical opinion - Attn: Mary
  • From: Kyle799706@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004 19:02:44 -0500

   Good Evening...well doing alot of research this afternoon and reviewing the links you sent...and the endless pages of Disulfoton...my personal opinion now is that I would use imidacloprid if I had to use one or the other...and preferably I wouldn't use anything...
I'm not surprised that Bonide offers it but I was pretty frightened that at 2% Disulfoton becomes a restricted use chemical...and nowhere did I find it labeled for indoor use at all..I'm still doing some research as there is so much to learn....but i would have to say I wouldn't buy this or allow it to be bought at my place of employment for use on any crop.
My cholesteronase level is 750 and with the LD50 numbers i was reading on the products....I wouldn't risk it for anyone.
  Thanks again for the links its scary but always good to learn about this stuff so it can be avoided.



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