Pot smokers beware: killer pesticides, poison
By Jon Rappoport
Pot smokers, environmentalists, and just plain humans: take notice.
A recent article in The Atlantic reveals highly toxic pesticides are being used on illegal pot farms in California, and the runoff is poisoning forests.
I’ll quote extensively from the article and then make comments:
“Secret growers are taking advantage of the state’s remote stretches of public land—and the environmental impact is severe.”
“…this past November, [California] residents voted ‘yes’ on Proposition 64, making California the fifth state to legalize recreational pot. Almost two-thirds of the country’s total legal harvest comes from the Golden State…” [poisoned pot shipped everywhere]
“The lethal poisons growers use to protect their crops and campsites from pests are annihilating wildlife, polluting pristine public lands, and maybe even turning up in your next bong hit.”
“…grow sites tested positive for carbofuran, a neurotoxic insecticide that is so nasty…
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