Natural seed proponents are now Potential Terrorists according to the US Government
A team of researchers at Monsanto believe they might be on the verge of finding a solution to the mysterious drop in honey-bee populations all over the planet, a threat that endangers the world's food supply as a whole.
Societies cultivating crops like wheat and barley may have experienced extra pressure to protect their harvests, galvanizing the creation of warrior classes and the development of complex hierarchies and taxation schemes.
Its a perfect match made in chemical Hell
A group of Nebraska farmers diagnosed with cancer is suing Monsanto, maker of agricultural chemicals and GMO seed.
growing in Mexico , but escaped from Southern gardens and became feral. However, they evidently have not read the De Soto Chronicles. When approaching the town of Chiaha in the mountains, the Spaniards observed large fields of salvia growing along th
Riccardo Spagni (part of the Core Team of Monero) talks about the untraceable and open-source currency - James Corbett (The Corbett Report) provides World News Update, GOP POTUS Circus, Syria, Russia - Greg Peterson (The Urban Farm) provides an updat
After some trial and error, I had success. I have had good growth using the curled blue kale. It is actually pretty easy to grow them once you get the factors right...
The chemical and pharmaceutical giant Bayer AG is considering making a bid for the agrochemical company Monsanto, Bloomberg's Aaron Kirchfeld, Ruth David, and Dinesh Nair report.
Monsanto inadvertently created. (NaturalNews) Scientists from Harvard, in partnership with Monsanto, claim to have discovered a chemical engineering fix to solve the ongoing agricultural problem of insects evolving resistance to the Bacillus thuringi
As TrueActivist has mentioned before, the future is green that much is clear. Not only have a handful of countries expressed intention to transition completely to renewable energy within the next few decades, the trend of eating wholesome,
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack haswarned that left unchecked, aging farmers could threaten the ability to produce the food the world needs. The average age of growers in developed countries is now about 60, according to the United Nations. Ja
Finally….the week we've all been itching for. At least where I live, it's planting time!
(NaturalNews) So, you've decided to supplement your diet with extra vitamin C because you don't think you're getting enough, but you want to know where the brand you are considering purchasing actually comes from.
... the truth is starting to come out about widespread glyphosate contamination of the food supply
NaturalNews) Ted Cruz, the Republican presidential candidate who characterized opposition to genetically engineered crops as "anti-science zealotry" has thrown in the towel. He's out! And like most Natural News readers, we are happy that a pro-Monsan
(NaturalNews) The recent news that a number of non-GMO foods were found to be saturated with glyphosate weedkiller caught many people by surprise and left a lot of us wondering exactly how this could happen.
First, it is important to discuss the arguments for and against GM food production. The field is split in two: one side being the supporters of GM agriculture, the other being the adversaries. Each side has arguments to support their positions backed
(NaturalNews) Food companies continue to find ways to deceive their customers the food-buying public as they aim to maximize their profits. In the latest example, one company has found a way to pass off genetically engineered crops as "non-GM
As the average age of farmers globally creeps higher and retirement looms, Japan has a solution: robots and driver-less tractors.
to grow more organic food. (NaturalNews) In news that will be embraced by health-conscious consumers and organic farmers alike, Costco is finding the demand for organic food to be so staggering, that it is lending money to farmers so they can grow en
percent reduction in pesticide poisoning. (NaturalNews) Recent research has shown that eating organic foods for as little as one week can dramatically reduce the amount of pesticides found in the body.
organic over GMO. (NaturalNews) It's no secret that more people are becoming health-conscious citizens, concerned about everything from the toxic ingredients in their food supply, to questioning the drugs that Big Pharma continually pushes.
After being poisoned by his own pesticides, strawberry farmer Jim Cochran went against the grain, earning him the title of owning the first large-scale organic strawberry farm.