Weed Spinner! No More Weeds & Harmful Chemicals!
What are the side effects of using chemicals on weeds? Chemical over-spray has many serious side effects caused by wind, misdirection and over spray, etc. Chemicals can land on almost everything but the intended weed causing damage to others plants, fruits, trees and beneficial insects.
Do you really need to spray with a chemical and are there other alternatives? Using a mulch or weed removal tools can be a simple solution. It’s Eco friendly, fast, efficient and fun to use. Besides it will save your back and knees.
In years gone by kids used the lawn as their gymnasium and picked strands of grass and put them in their teeth; ate bites of clover and tasted dandelions. They could eat the wild elderberries, blackberries, strawberries, because no-one had been spraying.
There is a rise in childhood diseases like leukemia, cancers, allergies, asthma, fertility issues, birth defects, development problems and a host of mysterious ailments we never heard of before. Honeybees on which we depend to pollinate our crops for food are crashing and disappearing. Forty-five billion honey bees are lost each year worldwide, which is 30 to 50 percent in the US and elsewhere.
We hear that there is no river or stream in the US which does not have chemicals. It's in the groundwater from runoff and goes into our drinking water. Chemicals are impacting bird populations around the world, not only due to loss to habitat, but also the loss of insect food.
The US has 1200 registered chemicals in 18,000 products, while France has a mere "500" chemicals and the UK has only "300" chemicals. How many more do we really need?
Many townships and cities in the U.S. and Canada are supporting non-toxic policies that includes a moratorium on chemical herbicides for varying uses including lawns.
Each one of us can do our part by not using harmful chemicals on our lawns and gardens to remove weeds. There are many other alternatives to chemicals to remove weeds that include hand weeding, mulch and using various weed removal tools.
Now – you can get rid of those pesky weeds without chemicals and inefficient weed removal tools with the NEW drill driven weed removal tool called the: WEEDSPINNER weed removal tools.
Pesticides are Killing Bees
SAVE OUR BEES!
Toxic Chemicals Studies are increasingly pointing to the role played by pesticides, in which scientists believe is a major factor in the alarming decline of U.S. honey bee populations, known as Colony Collapse Disorder.Since 2008, one third of U.S. honey bee populations have been dying off each year. This is not only an alarming rate of species destruction, but it’s also a serious threat to our food supply. Honey bees pollinate 71 of the 100 most common crops, which account for 90% of the world’s food supply.For too long the EPA has turned a blind eye to the problem of mounting evidence that pesticides are not safe for our food system. It’s time for the EPA to act and save the bees that help produce foods like apples, blueberries, and dozens of other vital crops.
Kids and pets that play on toxic-ally treated lawns absorb pesticide residues into their bodies. They eliminate beneficial organisms such as earthworms and weed eating insects and discourage visitation from birds and butterflies. The products residues are washed off lawns and gardens into local water supplies and waterways doing serious damage to fish and other aquatic life forms. Massive bird deaths have also resulted from these products.
We can do better with alternative methods for making our lawns and gardens weed free. Use the NEW drill driven weed removal tool that takes the work out of weeding, saves your knees and back and is fun to use.
This new tool takes the work out of weeding and makes it fun It will also save your back and knees and is the perfect tool for persons with disabilities who enjoy gardening and desire to remove weeds from their lawn.