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[11 Dec 2015 | No Comment | 440 views]
Scientists find no evidence glyphosate causes cancer

Please see the news release concerning the report from the Intertek Scientific & Regulatory Consultancy which reviewed the IARC Monograph on Glyphosate from earlier this season.

After reviewing all the information, the Expert Panel confirms that glyphosate does not cause cancer including Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

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[27 May 2014 | No Comment | 1,071 views]
Launch of new DuPont™ Truvist™ and Navius™ VM into the Canadian industrial vegetation management market.

DuPont is pleased to announce the launch of new DuPont™ Truvist™ and Navius™ VM into the Canadian industrial vegetation management market. These products have just received registration from the PMRA, and will be available to applicators for the 2014 season.

With the application season just around the corner, we would like your members to be aware that these products will be available for sale shortly.

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[21 Mar 2009 | No Comment | 2,193 views]
How do they do Vegetation Management in Hawaii? With Paintball Guns Of Course!

Here is something different. Herbicide Ballistic Technology, or HBT as it is known, uses rapid fire paintball guns to fire herbicide at an invasive plant species.

Below are two videos of trials conducted to combat a variety of invasive species. The ammunition is a gel cap, exactly like a paintball except the capsule is filled with a specially formulated herbicide.

Dr. James Leary, CTAHR Invasive Weed Specialist, introduces HBT to control invasive weeds in Hawaii.

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[21 Mar 2009 | No Comment | 1,654 views]
Green Away Plant Control

Dba.CAMCO℠’s patented Vegetation Management methodology has set a new precedent in Resource Conservation and Restoration, enabling land managers to achieve results ecologically. We remove noxious, invasive, and flammable plants and grasses using �2008H_M_O (℗Hydro_Mechanical_Obliteration℠), a process previously unavailable anywhere

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[20 Mar 2009 | No Comment | 1,237 views]
Wet Blade Chemical Delivery System

An animated video showing how the patented chemical delivery system of the Wet Blade works and how chemical enters the vascular system of the plant directly at the time of cut with no airborne drift or soil contamination.