> > So, could we apply the same reasoning to the pasture
> > herbicide "Ally" (broadleaves)? It is undectectable in
> > cows milk even if they munch on grass that is still wet
> > from the chemical application.(so I'm told) Could it
> > possibly be that some of the newer pesticides are *safer*
> > then those allowed in some circumstances for certified
> > organic growers?
> That's beside the point. This isn't really a biological issue.
I was trying to ask if some of the newer pesticides are *safer* or
*better* for the environment then some of the pest/disease controls now
used in organic production- be it rotenone, sulfer, or whatever.
-- Steve Groff
"Enhancing the Environment" http://www.cedarmeadowfarm.com/ Cedar Meadow Farm 679 Hilldale Road Holtwood, PA 17532 USA
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