GMO Corn - the Poison Plant Everyone Eats.
MercolaWaking Times The public’s appreciation of the toxicity of glyphosate—the active ingredient in Monsanto’s broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup—is still limited, despite highly damning research being published. The fact that Monsanto marketed Roundup as “environmentally friendly” and “biodegradable” probably has a lot to do with this general lack of insight. More people are apt to remember the Roundup commercial than recall the fact that Monsanto was twice found guilty of false advertising of this herbicide. In 2009, a French court again upheld these earlier convictions. Mounting evidence shows that glyphosate is FAR more toxic than anyone previously suspected, both alone and in combination with other additives (as in the case of Roundup), or in combination with other agricultural chemicals and/or heavy metals.
Dr. Lethal Kidney Disease Linked to Roundup and Phosphate Fertilizer Combo A ‘Perfect Storm’ of Environmental Factors and Chemical Contamination Arsenic also plays a role. Dr. Researching agricultural and tree biodiversity. How to Grow Blueberries - Growing the Superfruit. How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract.
The Complete History of Monsanto, The World's Most Evil Corporation. Paul Stamets patents “universal biopesticide” that Big Ag calls “the most disruptive technology that we have ever witnessed.” When my boys were young, I once asked each of them what would they ask for if they could have anything in the world.
Sean, eight years old, a very pragmatic soul with five planets in Taurus, responded, “a million dollars.” Aquarian Colin, on the other hand, age six, and now inventor of the Garden Tower Project, piped up, “A magic wand!” Has Stamets patented the magic wand? February 27, 2015. The 7 Deadly Homemade Weed Killers. “And the weeds of the garden shall be visited upon the gardener.”
I can certainly think of the 7+ weedy sins of the garden but knowing how to cleanse my garden of these weeds is even better. Especially if it can be done cheaply and with household items. Murdering weeds is a fun past time. So, for your reading enjoyment, here are The 7 Deadly Homemade Weed Killers, guaranteed to help you eradicate the weeds you find in your garden. Boiling Water – Yep, that’s right. 10 Mosquitoes Controlling Plants for Home. Mosquitoes are among the biggest nuisance of monsoon that ruins the outdoor fun.
Bites of mosquitoes are extremely itchy as well as spread diseases such as malaria. People use mosquito coils, mosquito repellent creams, electronic mosquito repellents and herbal mosquito lotions to keep mosquitoes at a bay. Some people are allergic to these things and get nasal cavity, skin and throat problems. People also use chemicals to control mosquitoes which cause bad effect to health and environment. Farmer shows how to feed the soil which feeds the plants which feed the people. Though the word “permaculture” isn’t mentioned, it appears to be this farmer’s philosophy and practice.
No till, very few inputs, except for what’s at hand. Forget weeding, chemicals and extra watering. Be here, be small, be aware, be connected. Advanced Science On How To REALLY Befriend A Tree. Beginning practitioners of Chinese internal organ massage (Chi Nei Tsang) are taught how to commune with trees.
Shouldn’t this be part of everyone’s education? By Mantak Chia. Magical Wood Properties and the Magical Properties of Wood by DragonOak. Feminine energy.
Elder is a sacred tree of Celtic Astrology 25 November to 23 December. The Elder is also said to be the tree used in the crucifixion of Christ. Associated with the Celt Goddess Cailleach Beara and the Raven. Introduction to Wildcrafting and Foraging, Part I: Equipment, Resources, What to Learn, and Timing. I’ve been spending a lot of time talking about various wild foods and other kinds of wildcrafting and foraging on this blog, and I wanted to talk today about the principles of wildcrafting and ethical foraging more broadly.
This post is the first in a series of two that focuses on introducing the reader to how to effectively wildcraft/forage, and is built upon my extensive experiences foraging and wildcrafting, which I have been doing in some form since childhood, but which I took up quite seriously about 7 years ago. This post offers definitions, supply lists, resources, what and how to learn, and information on timing. My upcoming post will discuss locations, avoiding environmental pollutants, and ethics. Wild Colours natural dyes. 1.
St John's Wort2. Ladies' Bedstraw and3. Dyers' Woodruff 1. 21st Century Diversified Agriculture Project for Ghana - Aloha Ecowas Development Corporation LTD. Low Technology Mushroom Cultivation using Agricultural Wastes as Substrates Mushrooms are an attractive crop to cultivate in developing countries for many reasons.
One of the most compelling points would be that they are grown on agricultural wastes. It enables us to acquire substrate materials at low prices or even for free and to conserve our environment by recycling wastes. Mushrooms can be grown on virtually all types of available wastes. Quick Tips for Interacting with Faeries. I just returned from a book group during which people had questions about connecting with the Faery Realm. Since many people ask similar questions, I thought I’d share just a few tips here. Please bear in mind that this is not a comprehensive list! 1. Do you see them with your eyes? How can I see them with my own eyes? Plant Consciousness Interview with John Perkins.
52 Wild Plants You Can Eat - Updated. Waking Times Editor’s Note: This list is originally from Suntactics, however, Waking Times has added important addendums to this information and has corrected some errors. If you have any additional insight to share, please do so in the comments section below, and we can assemble another version of this article once more input is taken. In addition to using the list below as a resource, consider the importance of properly educating yourself before consuming wild plants. Below are some resources to consider: Stalking the Wild Asparagus and Stalking The Healthful Herbs by Euell Gibbons. Subversion Without Violence. Bill Mollison once said, “I teach self-reliance, the world’s most subversive practice.
I teach people how to grow their own food, which is shockingly subversive. So, yes, it’s seditious. How Plants Help Each Other Grow By Near-Telepathic Communication. Growing with Love: 4 Surprising Rules for a Healthy Crop. ~ Celine Koropchak. When Dreams “Bleed” Through. Most people have a favorite disaster scenario. My March Against Monsanto Speech. Gleaning. Richard Heinberg: why end of growth can mean more happiness. Susun Weed, Herbalist. Green Acres Neighborhood Garden. Laura Bruno – How I Did Less And Ate Better, Thanks To Weeds ~ Tama Matsuoka Wong At TEDx Manhattan – 28 August 2013. Jerry Baker's Old-Time Gardening Wisdom: Lessons Learned from Grandma Putt's Kitchen Cupboard, Medicine Cabinet, and Garden Shed! (Jerry Baker Good Gardening series): Jerry Baker, Kim Gasior: 9780922433353: Amazon.com.
Amazing Singing Plant Technology, by Saveit4aSong. How to Grow an Oak Tree from an Acorn: 7 steps (with pictures) Edit Article Choosing and Planting AcornsTransplant Your SeedlingCaring for Growing Oaks.