We have been tapping sugar maples on a property that backs up to an industrial corn and soybean farm. Is it possible and or likely that pesticides used on the farm are absorbed by the tree and found in the sap? We are concerned that if there are trace amounts of harmful chemicals such as glyphosate in the sap, we will be concentrating them during the sugaring process. Thank you for any information you can share regarding this concern.
I am building a deck for my cat enclosure. I wanted to know if treated wood is safe. As they will be walking on it alot
We are facing problem in Diazinon 60% sample that its content gets down very Soon . Can any one Suggest me that Why this Happen and how can we stop this to maintain its purity.
Outside United States Posted almost 2 years ago
Can I use a 4x4 pressure treated post wrapped with rope ok for my cats to claw at thank you
Providence County Rhode Island Posted over 2 years ago
I have a packet of mancozeb that reads 1.5-2kg per 750 ltrs of water per ha.what formula can I use to find how many grams I can put in 10 ltrs of water.
Outside United States Posted almost 3 years ago
I know that the packaging states it can be used in garages is as well as closets as long as they are not frequented by people/animals. But I definitely don't want to miss use a chemical such as DDVP. That being stated, is it safe to thoroughly seal one of the rooms in our home and use Nuvan Prostrips to treat items that cannot be laundered or steam cleaned for bedbugs?
Canyon County Idaho Posted about 3 years ago
Hampden County Massachusetts Posted about 3 years ago
Can I plant an olive tree near an area to which I have applied acephate? I have used this to control cutter ants, unsuccessfully. Has the acephate contaminated the soil? If so, how long must I wait to grow food plants in that area?
Guadalupe County Texas Posted over 3 years ago
Hello. I'd like to know if USA or individual states have some specific policy or a public program that states how farmers, seed companies, etc, must deal with used treated seed bags. What farmers must do with the bags after they have planted the seeds? To return the bags to the places where they bougth them? To burn or bury the bags? Are the bags recycled in some way? I made some research at seed companies websites and I read some brochures but the only information I got was: "Properly dispose of seed packaging/containers in accordance with state and local regulations and container return policy.". So I think there is a return policy concerning this materials. Could you give me some directions of where I can find more information about this subject? Thank you, Giuliano Zagonel
Outside United States Posted almost 4 years ago
If pack calls for 16 ounces (powder )to 256 gallons of water. How many ounces or tablespoons would it take for 1 gallon of water. this product is a vitamin electrolyte supplement for poultry. I only want to mix one gallon at a time not 256 gal.
Texas poultry Posted almost 4 years ago