Atrazine to be banned in Hawai‘i
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that the endocrine-disrupting pesticide atrazine will be banned in Hawai‘i and in the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the North Mariana Islands.
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Mahalo Ke Akua
Population control is real folks.
Finally. Why are we so slow banning a know carcinogen when the rest of world is way ahead of us?
thats hilarious i read youre piece thats great stop spraying chemicals ,, so today i was driving to lihue around noon and what do i see a flashing lights on a truck with a man on top of a truch as they drive along side of the highway, spraying the tallover growing weeds,just wearing a light mask, i called the county they said thats the state crew,i call the state office and i ask them are you folks still spraying round up on the highwas ,and his answer was yes but its diluted, i started to wander where will all that poison may be gone after a good rain,all the way down to the ocean and contaminating everything on the way down ,reservoirs, ducks,talapia shimp from the streams,andducks,nenebirds and many more ,reefs turtles and seals and the bigest is us the beings of this beautiful place couldnt we do something about ie help us..