If you’re looking for a pesticide to use on your chlordane-producing plants, you’ve come to the wrong place. While chlordane and its relatives are very common contaminants in North America, they’re not usually associated with plants. In fact, chlordane is mostly found in the air, not soil. So while you can spray on the soil of your chlordane-producing plants, you might want to avoid doing so below ground.
A chlordane-producing plant would probably get you a chlordane-producing plant.
The problem is that chlordane happens to be a common pesticide, found in many places, especially in the air. So while you can spray on the air of your chlordane-producing plants, you probably should not spray on the air of your chlordane-producing plants.
The problem is that the most common way of spraying chlordane is over the plants themselves. A chlordane-producing plant would probably get you a chlordane-producing plant.
The reason for this is that chlordane is very potent and can kill plants. So if you spray a chlordane-producing plant over the plants themselves, chances are you would kill all of them. I see this as a major safety violation.
That’s why we put a chlordane-spraying plant in the window of the chlordane-producing plant. That way when you spray over the chlordane-producing plant, the chlordane-producing plant can still spray over the spray-point, not over the plants themselves.
Of course, chlordane is also toxic to humans, so we don’t want to spray them. It’s a major safety violation.
Its also a good idea to spray-spray-spray the plants themselves. You can spray-spray a plant and have it sprout, then spray the sprouted plant to kill off bugs. I think its a good idea to spray the spray-point, but not the plants themselves.
I think chlordane is safe in its own right. But if you spray the spray-point and the plant, then you are spraying the plant and the plant also is spraying the spray-point. That is a serious safety violation.
The Spray-Point is a point of no-return inside the plant. So if you spray-spray water, you are risking death. If I remember correctly, in the first Deathloop game I played, there was a Spray-Point that was supposed to spray water and kill bugs. But in the game, you could spray a plant and have it sprout, then spray the sprouted plant to kill off bugs. I think this is a pretty safe idea.