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Gazelle is designed to kill wildlife


With reference to Tim Liddon’s letter (The Oban Times, April 27), can I remind readers that it was Mr Liddon who, in Round and About (Mull) in March, referred to Gazelle as a herbicide.

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) class the active ingredient acetamiprid as a ‘highly hazardous pesticide’, due the nature of its ability to kill not only weevil but a whole range of innocent insects such as bees, flies, aquatic life and affect small mammals.

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