Enlist Duo is just a combination of two already approved pesticides.
“A textbook case of the “let’s scare people to death” playbook.”
Whatever. Glyphosphate, other pesticides and other chemicals in the environment don’t cause cancer.
Former EPA administrator William Ruckelshaus, that is.
Here are 12 highly toxic pesticides approved for use in organic farming.
Unless this explains the problem of millennial, I don’t think so.
“What is remarkable is that David Goulson himself discredits any research funded by special interests.”
The enviros hate chlorpyrifos and have been after it for 20 years.
But don’t expect neonic opponents to go away anytime soon.
The rise of super lice: They're stronger than ever and headed your way. Development and registration of insecticides has been so retarded by activists and regulators that lice can actually rely on evolutionary theory.
Greenpeace protests French Supermarket for selling low-price conventional produce. Pesticides reduce the cost of produce by increasing yields and efficiency. Greenpeace wants everyone buying high-priced organics that require more space and more resources.
Incriminated by junk science; Debunked by reality.
Climategate meets anti-pesticide activism.
The AP reports:
Jon Entine writes at Forbes.com:
And where’s PETA? Hayes has used 100,000 frogs in his “research.” Amphibians in decline? No, they’re all in Hayes’ cages!
Michael Gerson writes about the latest malaria vaccine research in the WaPo:
Oh… Moonbat… DDT only ever hurt the disease-bearing lice and mosquitos…. Silent Spring is total… what’s the proper word for you… oh, yes… rubbish.
Agent Orange doesn’t cause cancer. This is ridiculous.
William Ruckelshaus’ anti-science DDT ban helped lead to the deaths of tens of millions in Africa — now he wants to do the same via energy bans.
Georgia Congressman Paul Broun writes to NIH director Francis Collins:
Premium Times reports:
Premium Times reports:
Enviro pesticide hysteria causes harm and is expensive.
… enviro-fomented pesticide hysteria is.
Mass spraying was safe 50 years ago — and it’s still safe today.
That’s right, crabgrass doesn’t crowd out other vegetation — it kills it with a homemade poison, says a new Chinese study.
Well, if pesticides can’t be blamed, global warming must be the next culprit in line.
Population Bomb-er Paul Ehrlich tweeted:
Someone interested in facts would wait for some to develop.
Here’s Pete Myer’s tweet:
No one was ever harmed by alar — or any legally administered pesticide.
NRDC attorney John Walke tweeted:
Many corn farmers go back to using chemicals as Mother Nature outwits genetically modified seeds.
“Former Chief Government Scientist Professor Sir John Beddington has accused EU policymakers of misusing the precautionary principle in their approach to pesticides such as neonicotinoids.”
“Have we been here before? You bet we have, from at least Silent Spring (1962) onwards.”
BTW, this is the species of frog used by anti-pesticide jihadist Tyrone Hayes in his dubious experiments.
This is junk science because…
They claim “pollinators” are endangered species.
Thank you, Mother Jones, for reiterating that.
We’ll follow media coverage, but expect the MSM to go with the scary media release and not the report.
“This has a beneficial outcome. While it doesn’t mean that pesticides are beneficial to amphibians, our work does suggest that amphibians can evolve to resist a variety of pesticides and therefore improve their survival.”