Re: The Case Against Imidicloprid
This is an interesting theory and may well have some validity. It does, though, also seem to be a convenient means for keeping alive the theory that what cannot be detected is actually the problem. It would also seem to suggest that there would only be a single narrow window for neonic exposure. Is that plausible? Maybe, maybe not. I would suggest that if someone is to actually prove such a theory that they need actual data proving this rapid rate of metabolization and excretion.
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