poisoned playgrounds

As if the world’s most widely used poison, Monsanto’s Roundup, didn’t already pose a huge public health threat. Now, Monsanto and Scotts have teamed up to market Roundup Ready Kentucky Bluegrass, genetically engineered to withstand massive doses of Roundup.

You probably won’t buy it. But what’s to stop commercial landscapers from using it in parks and playgrounds?

Nothing. Because it’s unregulated.

Scotts new GMO grass is genetically engineered to withstand massive doses of Roundup-a toxic herbicide that contaminates drinking water, and can be absorbed by your kids’ clothing and skin.

Let Scotts Chairman & CEO Jim Hagedorn, Chief Communications Officer Jim King, and a few other key executives know that we won’t buy their Miracle-Gro products until they drop plans to market their GMO grass.

TAKE ACTION: Tell Scotts You Don’t Want More of Monsanto’s Chemicals in Your Soil and Drinking Water, and that You’re Boycotting All Scotts Products until the Company Drops Plans to Sell GMO Grass.

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Call Jim King, Chief Communications Officer for Scotts
(937) 578-5622

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