Aerial applications of naled can drift up to one-half mile!!
Meanwhile we are being sprayed with toxic pesticides. Miami Dade County (Mayor Carlos Gimenez) is spraying the dreaded Naled pesticide for zika. It is a spray that has been said to be more harmful to humans than mosquitoes according to my expert friend, whom I don't know what she does for a living. But my expert friend also confirms that Ann Scott might have money invested in a company breeding Zika infected mosquitoes and Ann Scott may be releasing the bred mosquitoes in Democratic stronghold areas: Hence Wynwood and Miami Beach.
Rally against spraying this morning in Miami Beach:
My friend also said there is a rally today at Miami Beach city hall at 9 am, in protest of the spraying. Further she said some Miami Beach commissioners are on board protesting Mayor Gimenez issuing the quick order for widespread toxic spraying of scads of people (and I suppose mosquitoes) without full consent.
Like the people on Miami Beach aren't challenged enough with Mayor Levine leading them?
Like all organophosphate insecticides, NALED (DIBROM) Naled is an insecticide in the organophosphate pesticide family used primarily for mosquito control. Dibrom is a common brand name for naled products. About one million pounds are used annually in the U.S. Like all organophosphates, naled is toxic to the nervous system. Symptoms of exposure include headaches, nausea, and diarrhea. Naled is more toxic when exposure occurs by breathing contaminated air than through other kinds of exposure. In laboratory tests, naled exposure caused increased aggressiveness and a deterioration of memory and learning. (I think I must have been sprayed)
"The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has written that “adulticiding, application of chemicals to kill adult mosquitoes by ground or aerial applications, is usually the least efficient mosquito control technique."