I thought this was safe in my vegetable garden, too, but when I just went to the Garden Safe website, they state that no, it is not safe to use on vegetables. Crazy. I posted a comment on their page trying to get clarification.
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answered 7 years, 4 months ago
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Yes, it is safe. Diatomaceous earth is 80-90% silica. Silica is naturally occuring in grains and can be found in some vitamin supplements. Silica makes bones, nails and hair stronger. This particular company's product has fillers in it but plenty of garden supply shops have pure food grade or livestock supplement diatomaceous earth. You can even eat that form of it! Good stuff, helps with arthritis.
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