Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Radioactive rain?

Speaking of planting my pea seedlings out, under the sky...

Is anyone else concerned by  the report about RADIOACTIVE RAIN falling on the East Coast?

What does that mean, are our crops safe, or does no one know? When will we know? Should we eat our homegrown  crops? What about commercially cultivated crops?

The Bay Citizen:

"The level of radioactive material detected by the East Coast tests, however, “does exceed the EPA’s maximum contaminant level,” Bandrowski said. Because radioactive material degrades quickly, he said the contamination would likely be short-lived. “It’s all going to decay away in two months or so."


Two months or so. When the peas are ready to eat, you mean?
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