The Hague- Beer, salt, milk, beewax and a number of substances
considered harmless are going to be allowed as pesticides. This was
decided by Secretary-Minister Faber of the Ministry of Agriculture.
Faber has provided a list with harmless substances to "Brussels". It is
expected that medio next year will be allowed for use as pesticide. The
list consists of substances like: beer, salt, calcium, calcium-nitrogen,
milk and dairyproducts, calciumchloride, beewax, sand, natrium or
kaliumsilicate, seeweed and algaeextracts, garlic, soy and onion
extracts, etheric oils. In current practice these sunstances are being
used at a small scale or in organic agriculture.
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