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Sierra Club Jun 21
By ensuring we , we also contribute to improved conditions for farmworkers and their families. The more farms that go organic and , the safer our food system is for everyone!
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kitchenGarden Jun 17
Little ladybirds the problem is the solution,
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AgZeit Farms Jun 19
“What would happen if everybody ate lots and lots of fresh organic food that was minimally processed? I think we’d would have an epidemic of HEALTH.” 💚 ~ Dr. Andrew Saul
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Michele Colopy Jun 21
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David Kelly Jun 15
First tomato starting and pea pod almost ripe
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Michele Colopy Jun 21
This Honey bees and native pollinators continue to suffer unsustainable annual losses from pesticides, pesticide contaminated forage, pests, and disease. Learn more at
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(⫩)Helen Hedgehogs🦔 Jun 22
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Kat Christopoulos Jun 17
Ladybird larvae in my garden. A sure sign that the approach brings in beneficial bugs. This one will eat around 400 aphids apparently.
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SafeGrowMontgomery Jun 19
Shame on for exposing patients, staff, & vistors to toxic at a place where should be protected! Just like smoke, pesticides drift. Make yours a campus!
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MI Forest Jun 21
Pesticides are poison. There are better ways to grow food than relying on pesticides and chemicals! Make our food safer and better by going
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Osolin Jun 20
Quick Home Gardening Tip, brought to you by - PestoSac; the herbal garden care solution. Source: Safer Brand
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SafeGrowMontgomery Jun 21
For 20 yrs, Marblehead, MA has ! "Whether you're managing a backyard, or national park, or a soccer field, you have to embrace it as managing a system & the most important thing is soil health," ~Chip Osborne
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Sheffieldgreenparents Jun 22
Pesticides are regularly sprayed in parks, playgrounds & public spaces. We worry about children playing in these spaces & the health of our pollinating insects follow Glastonbury, Lewes, Hammersmith & Fulham, go pesticide free please!
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Science Headlines Jun 19
Some pesticides that have been outlawed in other places around the world are still in use in the United States. Is this a cause for concern?Article link:
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SafeGrowMontgomery Jun 23
Great. Ask her why only 10 out of those 422 parks are ? Why is Roundup/ still used in our Parks?
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Ground War 4h
In Hawaii, Maui County departments reduce use in public spaces; councilor plans to propose a wider ban.
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Looi Jun 20
Tesco, why oh why do you continue selling Roundup? It contains glyphosate which is harmful to 🐝/pollinators. Tesco in Leytonstone has cultivated a bee-friendly area outside the store, yet you are encouraging harm to bees!
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Michele Colopy Jun 21
This Learn how pesticide labels do not protect pollinators at
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Organic Green Lawn Care Jun 17
No Bees = No Food Pesticides kill! Beware of neonics and other harmful pest control sprays around your yard that are deadly to bees. Make your lawn safe for children, pets, and pollinators! Get a free quote today:
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Square Roots Jun 20
Having produce means having a serious (IPM) Program. We’re constantly looking at new tech (combined w/age-old wisdom 😉) to make sure we’re at the top of our game. Shoutout to for the most recent addition to our toolkit. 🙌
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