Hmmm, sounds like some sort of curse word. In many people’s minds, it already is a curse word. Here’s a report on a U.S. Forest Service study that said fracking water isn’t good for trees, particularly in the concentration tested:
A study that argues for more research into the safe disposal of chemical-laced wastewater resulting from natural gas drilling found that a patch of national forest in West Virginia suffered quick and serious loss of vegetation after it was sprayed with hydraulic fracturing fluids.
A commenter has the solution: Genetically modified trees that aren’t negatively affected by fracking water.