[gardeners] Whiteflies

Byron (gardeners@globalgarden.com)
Mon, 22 Oct 2001 09:49:20 -0400

>If you follow his instructions,
>can he restore your child's life if >she or he drinks some of your
>tobacco .

This one get's me BS. This is about a parent who left a jug of Bakers
tobacco juice where a child could reach it.

That parent should have been ARRESTED and JAILED for CHILD ENDANGERMENT.

If that was mixed properly,  the child should not have been injured.
Certainly thankful it was not 5% rotenone or Vapam.

Black Flagg Nicotine Sulphate was removed from idiots many years ago because
they could not read and follow instructions.

What is the EPA label on a package of chewing tobacco on your grocers shelf?

What is the EPA label on tobacco dust?

What is the LD 50 rating of the nicotine extracted from 1/3 oz of chewing
tobacco and then diluted
in 513 gals of water?

At what LD 50 rating does a product become toxic enough to require an EPA


This guy is a loose cannon, at it again.  If you follow his instructions,
can he restore your child's life if she or he drinks some of your tobacco
concoction?  No, he cannot.  Tobacco used to be sold in the U.S. for use as
a pesticide, but it was taken off the market because of it's
danger.  Nicotine also soaks through the skin, should you spray into the
wind.  Margaret L