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Beat juice that is applied to the road has at least 20% salt added to it at minimum
beat juice can be deadly to aquatic life.
The downside to the beet juice hack, National Geographic reported in 2014, is that it can get into streams, where the sugar attracts bacteria that suck up all of the oxygen in the water on which animals rely.
Ever cut some beats up on your counter and noticed how they stained your counter and your hands well this beat juice when applied to the road and kicked up by your cars stains everything read that it comes in contact with
Then there’s the issue of the beet juice turning the streets into a red-brown mess, as if it were the oxidized remains of a bloody battle.
Our streets suck and we live on a hillside, would it be a better idea to allow the citizens to use studded tires?