Skip to comments.Tobacco and Nicotine – Good as Pesticides
Posted on 09/06/2012 8:41:37 AM PDT by Red Badger
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“Wild tobacco is native to the southwestern United States, Mexico and parts of South America. Given proper care, this species can be grown throughout the continental United States.”
You can buy starter seed online (one example):
Speaking from personal experience, it should be treated like any potentially toxic plant, such as foxglove (which is really pretty and contains digitalis), monkshood, oleander, jimson weed (datura), etc. That is, children and dogs that eat plants should not be around them unattended, and gloves should be used while working with them.
***For hundreds of years now, tobacco leaves have been used on a small scale, as a natural organic pesticide,***
BLACK LEAF-40. A great pesticide. Also great for killing lamed horses in six seconds! Deadly poison, and people smoke that stuff?
My Grandpa Harry did the very same thing.
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