Friday, April 29, 2016

Britiots Substitute Stinky Vinegar for Glyphosate

Posted on by Josh Bloom @ The American Council on Science and Health

True or false: It is a good idea to use a more dangerous chemical to replace a safer one?
Before you answer, take a look at a couple of videos that the folks in Bristol in the UK should have watched before they decided to “go organic” and substitute vinegar (acetic acid plus water) for glyphosate — a supernaturally safe herbicide, which has been used for more than 40 years in the United States........

Advice to Bristol:
  1. Take a chemistry class
  2. Put vinegar on your salad, and glyphosate on your weeds. Not the other way around.
  3. Duh
Go green!

Editor's Note:  There's much more worth viewing at the original site.

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