The Green Way to Care for Your Garden Without Pesticides | Le jardinage sans pesticides

BOARD: The ‘green’ way to care for your garden BOARD: Charlie Dobbin – Host, “One Garden, Two Looks” “There is a huge group of people that are uncomfortable and worried about the use of synthetic pesticides and herbicides, and that’s why Ontario has stepped up and said ‘No more cosmetic use.’” “We have lots of […]

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Mycologist Discovers Natural Substitute to Pesticides

Mycologist Discovers Natural Substitute to Pesticides The patent is not new but it potentially presents a fatal blow to the pesticide industry and financial giants who profit from it. Paul Edward Stamets, an American mycologist, allegedly holds the patent that could destroy Monsanto and change the world… Leading mycologist, Paul Stamets, registered a patent Monsanto […]

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How to Use Phantom Insecticide / Pesticide & Termiticide Spray

Phantom is a powerful insecticide that controls many household pests including ants, termites, bed bugs, cockroaches, and more. To use Phantom, simply dilute the solution with the appropriate amount of water in a one gallon tank sprayer. For most general pest control applications, the recommended rate is three ounces of Phantom to one gallon of […]

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The Long Game – reducing pesticides on golf courses

Captioning provided by Disability Access Services at Oregon State University. [music]>>Golfers have a very high level of- they expect a very high level of maintenance when they go onto a golf course putting green. Even 1% disease would be considered unacceptable because 1% disease is actually a lot when you’re looking for a perfect roll […]

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How to Use Phantom Insecticide / Pesticide & Termiticide Spray

Phantom is a powerful insecticide that controls many household pests including ants, termites, bed bugs, cockroaches, and more. To use Phantom, simply dilute the solution with the appropriate amount of water in a one gallon tank sprayer. For most general pest control applications, the recommended rate is three ounces of Phantom to one gallon of […]

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