Sunday, June 29, 2014

Bon appetit

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Bordering  Meitar is a big farm field that is tended by a neighboring kibbutz. 
Back in May I stepped in for a closer look, wondering what they had planted  in the endless furrows.


Eeuw!! 
"The field is sprayed. Danger - poison!"
it says in Hebrew, Arabic, English, and I think Thai. 
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UPDATE Dec. 15:  From 2015,  new laws reducing the amount of pesticide on fruits and vegetables.
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10 comments:

William Kendall said...

It looks big... you'd wonder why they need to use herbicides that are poisonous.

cieldequimper said...

Oh well thanks but no thanks!

Karl Demetz said...

Na... Mahlzeit...

Birdman said...

Youremind me. Working in my garden is on my 'to do' list today.
NO poison though. Yikes!

VP said...

I am not hungry...

Lesley said...

One might think they were planting poison!

Andy said...

Thanks for the warning!

Taken For Granted said...

That is probably a vegetable crop covered with poisonous chemicals to keep weeds and insects from reducing the crop. I'll eat from my own garden, thank you.

RedPat said...

Scary!

Tom said...

You sure don't need to read this one. Poison on your food, sounds GREAT! Tom The Backroads Traveller