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    Grass 1 year after moss killer, okay to eat?

    Hey I'm a new cavy owner and was looking up some great ways for guinea pigs to get Vitamin C, I saw that grass and clover are okay as long as it isn't chemically treated. It's been about a year since my family laid down moss killer, is it safe to eat?

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    Re: Grass 1 year after moss killer, okay to eat?

    Quote Originally Posted by Acavy View Post
    Hey I'm a new cavy owner and was looking up some great ways for guinea pigs to get Vitamin C, I saw that grass and clover are okay as long as it isn't chemically treated. It's been about a year since my family laid down moss killer, is it safe to eat?
    I think it depends upon what the ingredients are. There are some herbicides that are slow release that last for more than a year. I'd contact the company to ask about whether it would still be present in the soil.

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    Re: Grass 1 year after moss killer, okay to eat?

    Thanks for the help!

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