Deadly tornado flattens Missouri Home Depot
A major retail artery of Joplin, Mo. — including a Home Depot and a Walmart — was hit hard by the deadly tornado Sunday, according to an article in the Joplin Globe.
According to a Home Depot spokesman, a store associate was killed in the storm. High winds ripped the roof of both stores located on busy Range Line Road.
In total, the death toll from the tornado is expected to rise to 100, according to the article.
The United States has been
The United States has been watching the city of Joplin, Mo., as it was battered by a tornado. A 2nd outbreak of tornadoes could hit Joplin soon. A storm front is at the moment converging on the lower Midwest region. There's a strong possibility of tornadoes. Five states are at the center of the weather front. There is a strong risk of tornadoes touching down. I read this here: Joplin, Mo., could face second tornado after devastation, newstype.com
Death toll rose to 118. Our
Death toll rose to 124. Our hearts go out to those who lost loved ones.
Canadians crossing border to buy banned pesticides
According to a report by CBS News, a number of Canadian consumers are coming into the United States to purchase pesticides, herbicides and other garden chemicals no longer sold in Canada because of that country’s strict regulations. Others are simply ordering products over the Internet from other countries.
The news report interviewed hardware stores managers in Ogdensburg, N.Y., right across the border from the province of Quebec. Not far from Ogdensburg, the Canadian city of Ottawa has its own set of regulations banning the cosmetic use of garden chemicals, as do six of Canada’s provinces. Most are more restrictive than the federal government’s.
Health Canada recently issued its first-ever advisory about buying pesticides online, prompted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s discovery that 550 Canadians have bought a product from China called Fast Ant Bait, which contains the banned chemical mirex, a highly toxic substance.
Why would they do that?
Why would they do that? Everyone is looking for organic solutions when it comes to pest control these days, I don't see why they would want to continue using highly toxic pesticides instead. Sites like www.terminixpestcontroloffers.com have plenty solutions for any pests invasions and they could take care of any problem without putting your health at risk, using toxic pesticides is just not worth it these days.