How Does It Know?
So, I just got through reading an article by someone I'm following about a flower/weed that she photographed.
It reminded me of something I saw a few weeks ago. A commercial on TV for weed killer. I may not be a chemist, but I DO know what herbicide means. The label on this "weed" killer says it's a herbicide, but that it's supposed to be safe for "plants". Aren't weeds plants too?
Am I just too dense for words or does this send up red flags for you too? It made my BS alarm go off BIGTIME.
How does this "weed killer" know to NOT kill your grass or roses? For that matter, what if I have a yard full of wildflowers aka "weeds"? What if I'm actively culturing wild plants for their nutritional/medical values?
How exactly do you inject an elitist attitude into a bottle of chemicals?
Thanks for the reminder AngelSharum - Keep taking those lovely photos!
Image credits: Mine
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