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Chemical spray to control fertilty

Updated on July 26, 2009

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Friday -  July 25th,2009

SenesTech is a platform biotechnology company headquartered in Flagstaff, Arizona and specializes in humane animal population management

After reading an article on rat population control through the use of chemicaly induced reproduction control of the asian rat in order to allow increased grain production at the Examiner online article on their technology section I can't help but to wonder what effect these reproduction control chemicals can have on human reproduction as well. Will these chemicals decrease human reproduction? It seems likely.

If,so the reasoning of using chemicals for this purpose is suspect to say the least ,Will they be using traps to catch these rats and feeding them these chemicals or will they spray the grain with these chemicals there by feeding these rats the chemicals through this method? Personaly I favor the trapping method as the chemicals would not be taken up ny the grain and be ingested ny humans with the possibility of reduing the reproductive capacity of humans when that can be done through already proven methods that don't affect our reproductive capacity.negatively in the long run.The reason Isay this is because there is a concerted effort by some who would use this chemical to control human reproductive capacity as well as the asian rats reproductive capacity.


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      dusanotes 8 years ago from Windermere, FL

      Someonewhoknows, you have hit on a very big sore point with me. I agree with your stand completely. I prefer that they trap the rats, not spray the fields with rat poison, the very same plants that humans may be ingesting later on. If there is any chance that they could control human population growth -- which is one of the "green movement's" desires then we should be against it. Good article, Don White