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Detox After Chemical Assault

We do not believe that aerial spraying is effective on controlling mosquitoes, especially without the proper ground water treatments, but now that it is done, we need to clean up the mess.

Clarke, the manufacturer of Duet, says that their toxin breaks down quickly. Monsanto represents the same thing about Roundup, but there is significant evidence of Roundup in our water table and people all around the world are sick from exposure.

Duet is a toxic pesticide. Clarke dumped this neurotoxin on neighborhoods in the past week.

I would strongly recommend that all homeowners, business sites and farms, especially organic ones, apply the Detox Program. Basically it involves spraying a liquid mixture of water and very fine textured carbon to tie up the toxins. Compost tea or better still Garrett Juice can be added to the spray to stimulate biological activity which will greatly speed up the breakdown of the toxin molecules. 

Products for pest control, lawn and garden care are available in independent garden retailers that stock organic products.

Please share this newsletter with everyone in your address book and all of your friends on Facebook and Twitter to help me spread the word on organics.

If you have any questions on this newsletter or any other topic, tune in Sunday 8am -11am (CST) to the Dirt Doctor Radio Show.

The phone number for the show is 1-866-444-3478. Listen on the internet or find a station in your area. Organic Club of America Members can log in on Sunday mornings to see the Dirt Doctor's Live Broadcast.

Naturally yours,

Howard Garrett

the Organic Club of America. Membership supports TORC.

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