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blazing star wrote:So you're proving your thread title wrong in that insecticides cannot help milkweed projects since they're killing the very insect that such project are meant to assist.
Mona Miller wrote:Actually Paul is assuming they sprayed because of the lack of aphids. Is that correct? Did you ask them if they sprayed or did you assume that they sprayed?
Mona Miller wrote:Did you ask Hedgerow Farms if they sprayed?
blazing star wrote: There are a handful of other tactics to rid a garden of aphids, besides using the toxins you sell. You cannot assume that they applied pesticides.
blazing star wrote: You, admittedly, posted a thread about how insecticides help milkweed restoration projects based on your pure guesswork (nothing factual) that: A. the land may have had aphids. Of this, you're not even sure.
Mona Miller wrote:Chip Taylor posted this to Monarch Watch:
Are Neonicotinoids Killing Bees?
Mona Miller wrote:You haven't proven that they have sprayed any thing
blazing star wrote:You haven't provided proof of anything. You admitted to not knowing, for sure, of anything to which you, in later parts of this thread, state as fact.
blazing star wrote:I know you are "very sure". Meaning you're guessing.
blazing star wrote:This coming from someone who has been fined with inappropriate use of insecticides.
http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/county/cacl ... tach36.pdf
blazing star wrote:OK. Returning to the subject matter at hand, you are inferring all of the information contained in your posts. None of it is fact. I'm not responding to anything else in this thread as it is of no value since it is all based on hypothetical reasoning imparted by you.
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