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The problems with 'chemical pesticides' are: they are being made of increasingly toxic chemicals; the pharmaceutical industry continues to develop and invest in them rather than in natural solutions to pests (as used by (e.g.) organic farmers); substantial residues remain on and in the sprayed fruit and vegetables - even at the point of sale - so enter our bodies; more and more is used as the pests develop resistance; they are now used so heavily that they contaminate the land and rivers (as 'run-off'); they are now so toxic that crops have to be genetically-engineered to withstand the toxicity.

If you want wholesome, non-toxic food these days, the only way is to grow your own, or buy 'organic'.

Sample articles

UK crops sprayed twelve times

Death by chocolate - cocoa plantations heavily sprayed

Coca Cola the new DDT

Cuba's organic solution

Carrots - must peel, top and tail

Pesticides in the garden, parks and playing fields

Greater exposure to pesticides indoors

House and lawn pesticides quadruple children's cancer risk

Children more at risk than adults

Alternatives to pesticides at home

Most timber treatments unneccesary

Wheat and garden pesticides cause birth defects

Autism from organo-phosphate exposure?

Cars vacuum up pesticides

Drugs war in Columbia - the true cost of spraying

Good enough for them

Canadian towns outlaw lawn pesticides

Deadly dust from dried out farmlands


Ear infections linked to pesticide exposure in womb

Integrated pest management reduces pesticide use


Pesticide cocktails

Pesticides and prostate cancer

Sheep dip syndrome real


Pesticides found in sperm

Pesticides in the home increase risk of Parkinson's