(NaturalNews) Is bio-agriculture giant Monsanto, king of genetically modified foods and seeds, about to suffer an irreversible decline while the planet Earth gets a huge chemical reprieve?
Indoor farming is quickly becoming a growing trend because of consumers' mistrust in GMOs, the yearning to buy as local as possible, and a decline in usable land. There are a variety of indoor farming options available, including incubators that gr
Home Hardware owner Mark Beck says they've been busy supplying new customers with lumber, hardware, and paint. They've even started stocking a specific model of straw hat. His new clients, he says, are very particular about their straw hats. A
Mississippi-based Sanderson Farms throws hissy fit over Perdue announcement; says antibiotic-laden chicken is no different from natural chicken. Following in Perdue's lead, other major chicken producers like Tyson Foods and Foster Farms have promise
Let's face it. Modern agriculture is in a bit of a rut.
These Jellyfish Lodges are capable of purifying waterways, collecting discarded trash, and even growing nutritious food!
Though psilocybin is classified as a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substances Act, studies have found that the mushroom is beneficial at helping people quit smoking and shift out of depression. Here's how to easily grow your own at home
Seed bombs allow activists to sporadically plant fruits, vegetables, and flowers for community members to utilize.
(NaturalNews) A professor from South Carolina University who conducts medical research on plant genes is bringing forth new findings on RNA interference technology that have Monsanto squirming. Her research lines up with findings from Chinese researc
(NaturalNews) There are plenty of questions surrounding the proposed mega-merger of Bayer and Monsanto, which (if approved) may mean the creation of the world's biggest agribusiness, but one thing seems certain: The merger will mean higher food price
The reggae artist and entrepreneur is converting a former 77,000 square foot California State prison into a cannabis grow space.
(NaturalNews) Monsanto has officially entered the "GMO 2.0" business, with the signing of the licensing agreement to use the technology known as CRISPR-Cas9.
(NaturalNews) Mega-mergers between agricultural giants may lead to nearly 60 percent of the world's seed supply being controlled by three companies, with sub-Saharan African farmers being caught in the squeeze and threatened with even deeper levels o
The first asset is the partnership between the university and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA), a formal arrangement that seizes on the historic connection between the two, going back some 150 years to the universi
(NaturalNews) Could poo irrigation techniques be causing heavy metals to build up in produce? New research indicates that irrigating agricultural land with wastewater leads to an accumulation of heavy metals in the soil, which in turn leads to heavy
Farmers in India's poorest region are recording record rice yields by growing organically, debunking once and for all the myth that GMOs are necessary to feed the world's growing population.
An seasoned American Agriculture group called Organization For Competitive Markets (OCM) has declared a state of emergency after Sec'y of Agriculture Tom Vilsack doubles down on industrialized agriculture. OCM contends that Obama is using trade agr
(NaturalNews) Monsanto or "Monsatan," as some like to call the company, has certainly earned the reputation of being the world's most hated corporation. They have effectively attracted negative attention from various individuals and groups from aroun
urgent presentation (it could save you from EARLY DEATH) (NaturalNews) As expected, my recent announcements about heavy metals in various unscrupulous superfood products has all the "dirty foods" propagandists running around at full steam, screaming
The global food system is changing radically as high-tech robots are put into service for every conceivable job. The giant corporate farm will finally be able to drive small farmers completely out of business in the process. ? TN Editor
(NaturalNews) With genetically modified organisms (GMOs) quickly approaching a point of saturation in the conventional food supply, the genetic butchers responsible for unleashing things like Roundup Ready soybeans are getting ready to unveil the nex
Two acres of land isn't a lot to live on, but it's enough to start a new life with in Canada. Two sisters, Sandee MacLean and Heather Coulombe, are well aware of this, which is why they recently sent out a unique offer to acquire new employees.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has paid out the second largest settlement in U.S. history to a former Monsanto executive who blew the whistle on the biotech giant's shady business dealings involving Roundup, a widely used herbicide containing
It would be the first crop to go on sale that has been genetically altered with the enzyme
(NaturalNews) Florida may be known for its tropical climate and spicy Latin-American culture, but what it's not known for is the freedom to garden. The southeastern state continues to make headlines over the state government's contempt for front yard
Agricultural equipment manufacturer Case IH, a unit of CNH Industrial, just unveiled a seriously intimidating-looking tractor at the Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa. Called the Autonomous Concept Vehicle, the robotic tractor can be programmed using
Abdullah isn't the only gardener in these cities under siege, but he's helping with the food shortage.
There's been a lot of focus on consumer self-driving technology recently, but autonomy promises to shake things up in the agricultural world too.
Monsanto is one of the most hated companies on the planet...Unless you ask FORTUNE Magazine, that is. In that case, it's apparently one of the world's most admired companies. But if you actually ask real human beings then it ranks right behind BP
The Agriculture Department said Tuesday it had closed offices in five states after receiving anonymous threats that it considered serious.