Very good to know.
I was just reading an article on sensible dandelion controls, I don't have a problem with dandelions but I do think that it is bad spraying chemicals to get rid of weeds.
From the site:
"Homeowners apply up to 10 times more chemicals per acre than farmers do. Common lawn pesticides and fertilizers have been linked to various types of cancer, neurological damage, and Parkinson's disease. They're also the leading cause of accidental pet poisoning. Once the stuff is in your yard, your family will track it into the house on their shoes, where it settles into the carpets and cracks in the floor."
Yikes . . . there are never dandelions where we rent or the park where I take DS to play so I assume that they must spray. Yuck. Anyway I realize this seems to be super off topic but I mention because the site Good Home Tips
mentioned that "Straight distilled vinegar is an effective and economical solution to controlling dandelions, one gallon or 128 fl oz. cost about $3.99. " Just thought I would pass that on for anyone.
Thanks again for the bug spray tip.