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CDFA Spray Plan for 2008 the CDFA's actual document.

 

New plan announced 6/20/2008 Read

CDFA - Updated Strategy June 19, 2008

Partial Audio of CDFA's press conference with Ag Kawamura (right click save as)

LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH STERILE INSECT RELEASE - CDFA NOTIFICATION OF GOVERNOR'S CABINET

LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH STERILE INSECT RELEASE - GOVERNOR SCHWARZENEGGER'S LETTER TO SECRETARY KAWAMURA

CDFA 2008 Eradication Plan
1. Ground Treatment (still part of the new plan 6/2008)
  A.  Twist Ties 30-40 per resident/ 250 per acre
  B.  Attracticide aka Splat 30-60 day intervals.
  C.  Wasp Release 1million per square mile. Map of Wasp Release
  D.  Foliar ground treatments with Spinosad Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki - BT

2. Aerial Treatment: (new plan 6/2008)
    A. Another new biochemical pesticide to be applied by aircraft, during the cover         of darkness, over endangered species, rare forests, watersheds, animals and          undeveloped areas even if populated by humans.
    B. Aerial Spraying of Sterile Moths over the same urban and city areas that         were going to be sprayed with a biochemical. Sterile Insect Technique (SIT)


    

   

Map of Wasp Release

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Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM) 101 by Jeff Rosendale Two-pages that answer all your questions about LBAM

Frequently Asked Questions


Fact Sheet

Ground Spray Fact Sheet

Spray Zones for 2008

Wasp Release Program Wasp release zones for 2008

Twist Ties

Splat Ground Treatment

Map of Aerial Spray Zones (out dated)
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Must Read Pesticide Spraying Health Hazard Alert By Lawrence Rose M.D., M.P.H., former Senior Public Medical Officer for Cal-OSHA and part of the UCSF Occupational/Environmental Medicine Department

Company who made the biochemical to spray Monterey and Santa Cruz in 2007

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Judge, Schwarzenegger Stop Apple Moth Spraying, Reporting Anna Werner CBS 5

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An interview with Air Force Major Tim Wilcox talk about how his baby got sick from the aerial spray:

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"Scientists Question Safety Of Apple Moth Pesticide" CBS 5 - San Francisco, CA,USA, May 7 2008

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CBS 5 Investigates: Is Apple Moth Really A Risk?

 

  
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11/08/07-11/09/07
Santa Cruz was Sprayed with Lbam-F

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Monterey was Sprayed with Lbam-F

09/9/07-09/11/07
Monterey was Sprayed with OLR-F



Monterey Peninsula on September 9, 10, and 11 and October 24, 25, and 26, 2007,

North Santa Cruz area of Santa Cruz County on November 8 and 9, 2007,

North Salinas/Boronda and Prunedale/Royal Oaks areas of Monterey County on November 9 and 11, 2007 (CDFA 2007).


Review of Documented Complaints and 643 Complaints -Appendix

New Report Exposes CDFA Disinformation!! Authors: Daniel Harder, Ph.D. Executive Director The Arboretum, University of California at Santa Cruz. Jeff Rosendale, Grower, Horticultural Consultant.

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Aerial Spray Program violates 23 international human rights.

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"Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM) - ECONOMIC IMPACTS AND SOLUTIONS" by Foster Gamble

 

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