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Weeds in Paths? Use Vinegar, Not Roundup NEED PROOF THAT VINEGAR IS A WEED-TERMINATOR? Just look at the weeds growing along a pea-gravel path in my Herb Garden. These were photographed yesterday afternoon, just moments before I sprayed them with cheap, straight-from-the-bottle, store-brand white vinegar. Here’s what all that greenery looked like this morning: I’d say those weeds are deader than dead. Victoria’s Blog – Victoria Fenton Working hoursMon-Sat 10:00-20:00EmailTelephone+44 7815 967646 No more posts Instagram Cache Error: Looking for cache that doesn't exist. Now using a backup feed.This error is only visible to WordPress admins.
The China Study - T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies Natural Resources Defense Council. “Intolerable risk: pesticides in our children’s food.” New York: Natural Resources Defense Council, February 27, 1989. Winter C, Craigmill A, and Stimmann M. “Food Safety Issues II. NRDC report and Alar.” The latest and greatest in projects, news and happenings at Pitch. About a month ago, while plotting demographic data on a US county map, we became frustrated. The data was about employment in the financial industry, and we expected to see Manhattan light up—but on our map, Manhattan was barely bigger than a freckle. Meanwhile, thinly populated rural counties (ahem, Lincoln County, Nevada) occupied vast swaths of screen space. Much of the West was visually over-represented, while urban areas were not represented enough. There’s an essential rural bias in geographic visualizations that we needed to overcome. The perils of this kind of mis-visualization were captured eloquently by Joshua Tauberer, who concluded that, “No map at all is better than a map that perpetuates injustice.”