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I see an "ecological" tag has been added which is a poor choice as the proposed tag seems to point to "organic" in it's usage.

I suggest either deleting the "ecological" tag as most tags as nouns or verbs not adjectives.

If not this then a redirect to "organic".

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I agree that it's not a good tag, and given my druthers I'd just remove it altogether. Twenty-four hours after the last usage of a tag is removed from a questions, it will no longer be suggested when entering tags on new questions, so we could edit it out and it will disappear.

On the other hand, if we keep as a synonym of something, we already have the tag, which I think is a better match for the OP's intent in the question: the long-term effects of a pesticide on their garden.

  • Either works for me. I do have a preference for tags being things/methods/actions as opposed to description. – kevinsky May 16 '16 at 0:41
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    Exactly! I'd even typed up a footnote about adjectives not making good tags because they're descriptive, as opposed to nouns or verbs which are tangible, but removed it before posting because I didn't think it added value. – Niall C. May 16 '16 at 0:46

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