Powdery Mildew - Rhus Glabra
-.oo at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Mon Jul 24 19:42:43 EST 2000
Rotenone is another of those wonderful "organic" poisons. Organic
because it comes from a natural source. Organis dispite the fact that
it (much like those other "organic" poisons, the pryrethrins) is much
more toxic than many non-organic pesticides.
Which would you rather have sprayed on your veggies or in your
envirornment? If you do your homework here you'll likely be surprised.
On Tue, 25 Jul 2000 07:57:32 +0800, lizriley at wantree.com.au wrote:
|On Mon, 24 Jul 2000 14:55:54 -0400, Ann <annbal at thecia.net> wrote:
|>"mjla" <angel11597 at yahoo.com> expounded:
|>>Rotenone would work,
|>Not for powdery mildew, Rotenone is a poison to use on garden pests.
|Isn't powdery mildew a garden pest?
|I don't think rotenone is effective against weedy pests :)
|Rotenone (derris dust) is an effective fish poison.
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