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Thread: Diatomaceous earth: A safe alternative!!

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    Default Re: Diatomaceous earth: A safe alternative!!

    I use it on everyone, myself included.
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    Default Re: Diatomaceous earth: A safe alternative!!

    Can someone who uses this in rc tell me if this application looks too heavy or ok? Here is the link.... much appreciated.

    Just want to have more opinions on the matter thanks

  3. #43
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    Default Re: Diatomaceous earth: A safe alternative!!

    Though not endorsing the use of this source; what it noted on the use, be it around animals or for raising vegetables, fruits, grains, to choose, "Food Grade" which does not exceeding the industry standard for toxic heavy metal content as so noted in this article below.

    For since squirrels are known to gnaw on rock deposits that contain calcium' in an enclosed space they may do so more than they would in the wild; I would not support the use of this source that still has as noted, toxic heavy metal content.

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