[NAFEX] Glyophosphate horrors
abhayner at gmail.com
Fri Jan 28 12:48:39 EST 2011
only time I have ever had actual transfer of glycophosphate, was when the
roots of the plant sprayed were in very close contact with that of another
plant (as in an Evil Vine that I was trying to kill)
I had pulled the vine way away from the plant under attack.. there was no
over-spray, so that I know that it was root contact.
On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 12:43 PM, Kieran &/or Donna <holycow at frontiernet.net
> I had the same thing happen with grass clippings 20 years ago, I think it's
> a "weed and feed" product that did it. I have learned not to pick up bags
> of grass clippings unless the lawn they come from has broadleaved weeds in
> it. Donna
> Let me say that with your brief bean story I feel I do not have enough
> details to comment properly, but I will anyway. First, why would your
> neighbor spray his lawn with roundup. Was he trying to kill his whole yard?
> Or is it possible he used a broad-leaf weed killer? Did you know before you
> took the clippings. Just looking for more details.
> On Jan 27, 2011, at 10:54 AM, Jim Fruth wrote:
> Everything I have read about Round Up said that it can't transfer from one
>> plant to another but that is so much B.S. I learned the hard way when one
>> of my neighbors talked me into using his grass clippings as mulch. After the
>> clippings went through the heating phase, I tried it on my green beans.
>> Everywhere the clippings touched a bean plant, that bean plant died! Jim
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