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Displaying 1 - 13 of 13 resources in Pest and Weed Control and Articles:

1. Fruit of the Vine: A Surging Organic Industry Delivers Natural Wine -- Without the Headaches
Headaches or other ailments that arise after wine consumption usually have less to do with the alcohol, and more to do with the unseen chemicals ...
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2. Green Living Center: Fabrics
USA
In addition to the chemicals used in the manufacturing of textiles, the pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and herbicides used in growing cotton also adversely affect public ...
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3. Green Living Center: Landscaping and Gardening Your Home--The Basics
USA
Healthy landscaping and gardening starts with healthy soil. The quality of the soil directly affects the health of the plant and animal life it supports. ...
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4. Oz Farm News
Fast, efficient and comprehensive news and information service on Australian Farming and Regional Communities. Rapid access to over 100 topics on farming, livestock, crops, food, ...
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5. Pesticides and Aggression
For the past 25 years, tens of millions of Americans in hundreds of cities and towns have been drinking tap water that is contaminated with ...
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6. Pesticides In The News
Pesticides continue to produce unpleasant surprises around the world. ...
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7. Pesticides Pose Greater Threat To U.S. Drinking Water Supplies Than Factories And Toxic Dumps
Environmental experts say the contamination of underground water supplies by runoff from farm chemicals is now happening across broad areas of the nation's breadbasket and ...
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8. Preferring the Least Harmful Way
March 23, 1999, the Los Angeles Unified School District adopted a path-breaking new policy on pesticides in schools. The City of Los Angeles operates the ...
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9. Studying A Town To Death
Lompoc, California is a small city of 42,000 people that lies within a valley along California's central coast, about 100 miles above Los Angeles. Lompoc ...
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10. Taxes for Sustainability
Sustainability means satisfying human needs fairly and without destroying the ecosystems that support life. The conflict between modern economies and the natural environment lies at ...
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11. The Bad Seed
Monsanto Corporation of St. Louis has been maneuvering for more than a decade to dominate the world's supply of seed for staple crops (corn, soybeans, ...
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12. The Uses of Scientific Uncertainty
A revolution is occurring in the way science is used in environmental regulation. Like most revolutions, this one is causing some pain and some disruption, ...
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13. Three New Reports Describe Our Destruction Of The Ocean's Fish
Eating fish is good for you, if the fish you eat are not polluted. Fish are high in protein, and fish oil helps prevent heart ...
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