‘Tis the Season… for Poisons on Twin Peaks

And when is it not, actually?

Maybe this could be called the Santa Claus mix? The old formula – Glyphosate and Imazapyr, being used against “Road brush” whatever that is, and erhata grass. It’s scheduled for Dec 19-23, 2011.

Pesticides infest the “natural” areas of the SF Rec & Park… the “Significant Natural Resource Areas.”

(Incidentally, the phone number on the notice seems to be wrong. If you want to call Mr Montana, this may work better: Ralph Montana of IPM (415) 831-6314. [ETA: Correction: The number works; 831-6306 will take you to Ralph Montana.]

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go. Except Twin Peaks.

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1 Response to ‘Tis the Season… for Poisons on Twin Peaks

  1. Alma says:

    Guess this is a big push for the pro-cancer crowd. Sustainability is clearly not a consideration as toxic soil is toxic soil for natives and immigrant plants alike.

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