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EPA Seeks Comment on Proposed Decision to Register Dicamba for Use on Genetically-Engineered Crops

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to register dicamba to control weeds in cotton and soybean genetically engineered (GE) to tolerate dicamba. 159 more words

News

USDA Study Confirms GM Contamination Between GM and Non-GM Crops

Source: NaturalSociety.com
Christina Sarich
January 16, 2016

A USDA study has confirmed the agency’s own original forecast that GM alfalfa would promiscuously contaminate the non-GM crop. 140 more words

Health

GLYPHOSATE VIRTUALLY EVERYWHERE...and more!

Scientist Anthony Samsel speaks about research on his fifth paper he is writing on Glyphosate, the active ingredient in RoundUp and a patented antibiotic. He discusses the biochemistry of the chemical, and why it is so pernicious when routinely sprayed on nonGMO as well as GMO crops. 157 more words

Genetically Engineered Food

The Legitimate Facts of GMO Expose Industry PR and Science Shills as Senate Mulls Overriding State Laws to Label GMO

GMO foods are not “natural” as the ag biotech special interests would have you think. Nobel Prize-winning scientists as well as government scientists have warned since the 1990’s (and even before) that rigorous studies were needed prior to approving patented GMO to enter the food supply. 290 more words

Genetically Engineered Food

Hawaiian Island Kaua'i GMO Crop Test Beds - Year-round Ag Lab Testing in their Fields!

ĀINA means “that which feeds us” in the Hawaiian language. This 23 minute film highlights a way to address some of the most pressing environmental and health crises facing the island of Kauaʻi – and of island Earth. 33 more words

Genetically Engineered Crops

Is Roundup™ In The Food Chain Destroying The Human Gut Microbiome?

Past posts on this blog have discussed the healing potential of Coca Leaf for a wide range of diseases associated with inflammation, as well as the role that medical Cannabis is playing in helping people deal with the symptoms of, and in some cases successfully treating inflammatory disease. 935 more words