Killing Ourselves

We are killing ourselves.
We have to face it… we’re killing ourselves. In our attempt to kill them, we are killing… ourselves. Every day we douse tons of chemicals on our world to control them. Every day we pour more and more into our environment and for what? Are we winning or are they?
They, in this case, are insects. These tiny invaders in our world have evaded our attempts at control and have flourished. We have used chemical warfare on creatures 1000 times smaller than ourselves and have lost.
These small pests still invade our food, our farms and our homes. They bring disease and much suffering. They have defeated us… that is until now.
Now the world knows about natural ways of insect control.
The world really has known about natural ways for some time, but it is only now that we have come to realize what we’ve “done” to our world in our attempts to rid ourselves of insect pests. Only now do we realize that we have come to the brink of eliminating ourselves in the process of eliminating insects.
Diatomaceous Earth, a mouthful to say, is often just called DE. It is the miracle substance that gives humans a chance in this war of the worlds. DE gives us the advantage in the fight against insects.
DE is really the exoskeletons of microscopic sea creatures that died eons ago. These skeletons collected on the bottoms of now gone sea beds. Now, thousands of years later, we’ve unearthed these deposits.
DE looks like flour and is sometimes nicknamed Earth or Shell Flour. This fine white powder is really the crushed skeletons of Diatoms, those long ago sea creatures, and is totally harmless to plants, fish, animals or even people. It is however, deadly to bugs.
Insects have the unique ability to develop immunity to chemicals, thus forcing the chemical producers to create more and more toxic compounds to kill them. Unfortunately in the process, these “super toxic” compounds poison all life on the planet as well. Insects evolve resistance to even the most deadly of these chemicals and carry on, while life around them dies. There is a reason cockroaches are one of the oldest living life forms on earth.
Scientists have tried using genetics as a means of control, altering the genetic dynamics of plants, of animals and even of the insects themselves, in an attempt Commercial Pest Control Sprayers at gaining that control. Yet… the unknown side-effects of altering the very core of life is not known, we may just be creating super monsters or super bugs.
We do have an all natural, non-toxic means at our disposal.
Diatomaceous Earth is chemical free. It is basically silica which is a natural desiccant and it kills insects by drying them out. Insect can’t evolve a way to stop Is Pest Control Safe For Humans Diatomaceous Earth, they have no genetic way of avoid the drying process. DE will destroy any and all bugs, killing the insects without harming our world at all.
Completely natural, Diatomaceous Earth was created by earth processes. It is a gentle, non-invasive and SAFE way to control insects. DE has many uses from farm to family and it is wonderful in the garden, on your pets and even inside you. Diatomaceous Earth is a gift from the natural world and we need to appreciate the value of it.
It’s time for us to look for ways to take care of this world we live in. We need to think natural instead of chemical. It’s time we looked at a new but very old way of working with nature. In so doing, we’ll stop killing ourselves and truly start living with our planet.