All posts created by Michelle Simmons
11/11/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) is a surface-active agent or surfactant, which is partly soluble in water and is partly soluble

http://www.pesticides.news/2017-11-11-sodium-laureth-sulfate-toxicity-side-effects-diseases-and-environmental-impacts.html

11/11/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Tebufenozide is an insecticide that is soluble in fat. It is an off-white liquid insecticide used to control pests, particularly

http://www.pesticides.news/2017-11-11-tebufenozide-toxicity-side-effects-diseases-and-environmental-impacts.html

11/07/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Thiram, according to Toxipedia.org, is a non-systemic dimethyl dithiocarbamate fungicide. It is used as a fungicide in the field and

http://www.pesticides.news/2017-11-07-thiram-toxicity-side-effects-diseases-and-environmental-impacts.html

09/30/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

The Flemish government has joined the number of countries banning glyphosate, as reported by the Baum Hedlund. The prohibition on

http://www.pesticides.news/2017-09-30-five-countries-have-banned-glyphosate-in-the-wake-of-recent-lawsuits.html

09/14/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study affirmed that neonicotinoid pesticides — also known as “neonics” which are chemically related to nicotine — harm

http://www.pesticides.news/2017-09-14-new-study-confirms-bayers-neonic-pesticides-are-destroying-honeybee-pollinators-yet-the-epa-does-nothing.html

09/12/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Poisonous chemicals from illegal marijuana farms in California’s forests were found in the state’s rivers and streams, according to a

http://www.pesticides.news/2017-09-12-illegal-pot-farms-now-creating-environmental-disaster-with-massive-runoff-of-banned-pesticides.html