Genetically Modified GM POISON FOOD Elect RON PAUL

become familiar with the most common applications of genetic modification. These are the products (and their derivatives) that are most likely to be genetically modified: Soybeans – Gene taken from bacteria (Agrobacterium sp. strain CP4) and inserted into soybeans to make them more resistant to herbicides.[1] See How to Live With a Soy Allergy for more information on avoiding soy products. Corn – There are two main varieties of GE corn. One has a Gene from the lepidoptera pathogen microorganism Bacillus thuringiensis inserted to produce the Bt toxin, which poisons insect pests.[2] There are also several events which are resistant to various herbicide. Present in high fructose corn syrup and glucose/fructose which is prevalent in a wide variety of foods in America. Rapeseed/Canola – Gene added/transferred to make crop more resistant to herbicide. Sugar beets – Gene added/transferred to make crop more resistant to Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. Rice – Genetically modified to resist herbicides; not currently available for human consumption, but trace amounts of one GM long-grained variety (LLRICE601) may have entered the food supply in the USA and Europe.[3]More recently, golden rice, a different strain of rice has been engineered to produce significantly higher levels of beta carotene, which the body uses to produce vitamin A. Golden rice is still undergoing testing to determine if it is safe for human consumption.[4] Cotton – engineered to produce Bt toxin. The seeds are

Ani Phyo’s Raw Food Kitchen: Spanish Breakfast Scramble -Join me and I’ll show you how to make a fast, easy, nutritious, and delicious raw food breakfast scramble using nuts, seeds, and veggies. This recipe’s from her uncookbook, “Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen”. Visit my raw food blog for more raw food recipe ideas, more videos, and organic ingredients:
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Blossom-end rot is a physiological disorder that occurs in tomato, pepper, and eggplant. You may notice that a dry sunken circular decay has developed on the blossom end of your fruit. In this video you will see a what BER looks like and what you can do about it.
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Fruit smoothie raw food diet recipe

whole food diet living
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The Dirt Doctor – Cornmeal 101

The Dirt Doctor – Cornmeal 101 Cornmeal is different than corn gluten meal and horticultural cornmeal is different still. Cornmeal is — well — just cornmeal right out of the kitchen. Horticultural cornmeal is a more concentrated form. How has this food product become an important gardening tool? Cornmeal, plain old cornmeal right out of the kitchen, has a terrific use in gardening, landscaping, and farming. Even for your potted plants. It’s a natural disease control. Dr. Joe McFarland and his staff at the A&M Research Station in Stephenville discovered, that cornmeal is effective at controlling fungal diseases on peanuts. I started playing with it and discovered that it is effective on brown patch in St. Augustine and damping off in seedlings. Used at about 20 lbs./1000 sq. ft. per surface area of soil. Cornmeal will help control all diseases on photinia, Indian hawthorn, roses, fruit trees, turf and seed flats. Horticultural cornmeal is even better because it is the concentrated outer edge of the corn kernel and it’s available in large bags at many of the garden centers and feed stores that sell the organic products. DISEASE CONTROL IN THE GARDEN Use cornmeal for root or soil borne fungus problems at 10-20 pounds per 1000 square feet. Cornmeal works as a disease fighter in the soil by providing and stimulating existing beneficial microorganisms that feed on pathogens such as rhizoctonia, better known as brown patch in St. Augustine. Cornmeal at about two pounds per one
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On a sunny spring afternoon, Living Culture visits Teal Creek Farms in Dallas, Oregon. Owners Sloan Aagaard and Keith Nelson tend 40 acres of fertile land, raising lamb and chickens, growing certified organic vegetables and fruit. We catch Aagaard and Nelson during a busy time, as they begin to work the soil, plant seeds, and care for seedlings in their greenhouses. Teal Creek Farms offers a wide variety of produce, including onions, garlic, tomatoes, potatoes, squash, Swiss chard, bok choy, cabbage, beets, lettuces, kale, rhubarb, strawberries, and raspberries. Their products are sold at Life Source Natural Foods and Salem Public Market in Salem, Oregon.Living Culture is a monthly television series that showcases cuisine and agriculture in the Pacific Northwest. Our mission is to generate interest in local foods through inspiring and positive media.
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Nutrition Bar Review #5

Today I am reviewing two bars. I am actually recommending one after eating 10 bars. The two I am reviewing are the larabar chocolate coconut chew and the cliff bar in flavor chocolate chip. Watch to see what I thought….. I am 50% through all the bars.
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Mom’s Birthday Adventure Part Uno: “It’s ORGASMIC!”

This was taken on September 6, 2009, which is otherwise known as my mom’s birthday. :) Which explains why the three of us are up at Squam Lake, NH for the day, and why we’re all acting like loons. People: Me, my mom, and my dad. XD

Continued from part 1. Discussing late blight and its effects on a possible potato & tomato shortage. With an unusually cool and wet summer the fungus late blight is hitting early. For the first time plants sold in garden centers are contaminated and spreading the disease in home gardens. Late blight shows up as black spots on the leaves also a white mold. As it spreads the stocks turn black and die. The fungus also causes the fruit to rot. What is Late Blight? Potato famine disease striking home gardens in US Blight has tomato growers on alert Late blight reaches Ohio, threatens potatoes, tomatoes Late Blight Prediction in Maine (PDF fact sheet about late blight) Organic Alternatives for Late Blight Control in Potatoes Organic Management of Late Blight of Potato and Tomato with Copper Products The OMRI Products List Database Pest Management

EOS lip balm Disclaimer: All products mentioned in this video have been purchased by me for my own personal use. I have no affiliation with any of the companies mentioned
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Grow Your Own Organic Vegetables – Veggie Patch After 2 Mons

See how my Grow Your Own Organic Vegetables patch is getting on with a tour and tips on growing your own organic vegetables, this volume includes the herb pots, strawberries, corn etc.

Anglesey Primary School Eco Garden Update

Anglesey School are now harvesting a variety of fruit and vegetables which they have grown in their eco garden. The project has being funding through the National Lottery, which has enabled the school to work with Groundwork UK to provide curriculum based activities for the children to learn all the skills they need to be successful growers!

Cyrenians Farm is a small but growing social enterprise, located 7 miles outside Edinburgh just off the A71. Created to provide much needed work-based opportunities for vulnerable young people, the farm is also home to a thriving market garden, soft fruit plantations, apples and plum orchards, chicken and sheep flocks and a small apiary. We have converted outhouses into a commercial production kitchen and a rustic training room. On-site activities are structured around farm-based work and include corporate team-building challenges, structured learning for vulnerable young people, short day courses and provision of volunteering opportunities.
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How to Harvest Seeds : How to Harvest & Dry Seeds

A professional organic gardener shows how to harvest and dry your own seeds, and how to separate seeds from herbs, in this free online gardening video full of harvesting and herb-drying tips. Expert: Gale Gassiot Bio: Gale Gassiot makes her own organic compost or “gardener’s black gold.”

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