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Any Difference in Organic Food? Ask a Child

Bringing attention to one of the more toxic substances sprayed on our food before it’s shipped an average of 1,500 miles to our local grocery, this video is making the rounds on the Internet:

Chlorpropham (bud nip) is a selective, systemic herbicide and plant growth regulator. Available in three forms — dusts, liquids and emulsifiable concentrates — chlorpropham is used for the control of pre-emergent and/or post-emergent weed control in ornamental bulbs, onions, garlic and turf and as a sprouting inhibitor in potatoes.

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Paul Tukey

An international leader of the green movement, Mr. Tukey is a journalist, author, filmmaker, TV host, activist and award-winning public speaker, who is widely recognized as North America's leading advocate for landscape sustainability and toxic pesticide reduction strategies.

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