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Sevin Dust is NOT Your Garden Friend!

posted Oct 12, 2009, 4:33 PM by Vincent Goetsch   [ updated Jul 25, 2012, 12:58 PM ]
Pesticides are neurotoxins and poisonous
By Bev Hill: Americans have long had a torrid love affair with garden chemicals. In their quest to have the perfect yard or picture-perfect vegetables, consumers spend millions on lawn & garden chemicals. In a per acre study, American consumers outpace farms in their use of pesticides, herbicides and fungicides tenfold.

Sevin dust and liquid are one of the most popular. What is Sevin dust exactly?

Sevin is a pesticide. Pesticides are neurotoxins, which in plain English means that they act on the nervous system of the insect. In insects they scramble nerve impulses causing neurological misfires and ending in paralysis and death. (Read full article at the link below)