Saturday, September 13, 2008

New Pesticide Safety Champion

Do not let the good looks fool you! Chrysopa, pictured above, is called lacewing, and is truely a spectacular creation of nature. However, it is also a voracious feeder. A Chrysopa release can control a caterpillar outbreak faster than any pesticide. This is a challenge I am ready to take at any time. Divide a devastated field in to two parts, and I will bring it under control through Chrysopa and Endogram faster than any pesticide company.

There used to be two problems with Chrysopa. Firstly, it used to be very expensive to rear because it eats so much. Secondly, its tender body falls quick prey to deadly new pesticides such as neonicotinoids and synthetic pyrethroids.

I now have solutions to these problems thanks to the Government of India. I have discovered an economical diet to rear Chrysopa in any village. There is also a strain that tolerates Endocel. These are not my inventions, but what I have found in government laboratories. It is living proof that our government scientists are the best in the agricultural world. We may run after Washington for uranium, but the world must run after us for beneficial insects with tolerances for Endosulfan. We are also world leaders in the manufacture of this wonder pesticide. Europe heaps scorn on Endosulfan because we have mastered the art of making this creation of theirs. However, we know how to make and to use this molecule safely and judiciously. Emdosulfan-tolerant Chrysopa is a gift from India to the world of pesticide safety.

Write to me if you would like to access a colony and learn how to rear it. Welcome to the future of pesticide safety with Endosulfan.

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