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For a time we did a poison of the week feature. That turned into the Toxic Chemical Blog. We thought it was a good time to highlight the primary toxins that are still prevalent in our gardening and personal lives. Many of these are commonly pushed and sold in retail stores. There are details under each of the following items (click on a topic to read more) and even more topics in the blog on the web site.

Acephate

Antibacterial Soap

Arsenic

Atrazine

Bayer gardening products

BHA, BHT, and Ethoxyquin

Chlorine

Clorox / Bleach

Clothianidin - bee killer

Copper Sulfate

Cypermethrin

DEET

Diazinon

Duet & Aqualuer 20/20 WNV Chemicals

Dursban

Electromagnetic Radiation

Fluoride

Forbid 4 F

Glyphosate—The Most Abused Chemical in the History of Man

GMO Genetically Modified Organism

HFCS High Fructose Corn Syrup

High Nitrogen Synthetic Fertilizer

Imidacloprid

Imprelis herbicide

Lead

Manage

Malathion

Mercury (Thimerosal)

Merit

Metaldehyde

Methyl Iodide

Mold

Monsanto

Moth Balls / Naphthalene

MSMA (Monosodium methanearsonate)

Neonicotinoids

Nitrates

Organophosphate Pesticides

Orthene

Phthalates

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)

Pyrethroids

Pyrethrum

Pyridine Carboxylic Acids

Ricin

Rotenone

Roundup

Roundup 2nd time around

Scott's Bonus S

Sevin

Temik

Triclosan in Antibacterial Soaps

2-Butoxyethanol

2,4-D


The first photo shows old pesticides that are no longer
on the market but many like RoundUp are still available
and heavily used.

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