Argentina’s Bad Seeds and GMO Crops

Argentina’s Bad Seeds and GMO Crops.

By Dr. Mercola

Roundup Ready soy is now being cultivated on a massive scale across the globe, along with the exponentially increasing use of the herbicide Roundup. Monsanto’s “Roundup Ready” soy beans are genetically modified to survive otherwise lethal doses of glyphosate, the active ingredient in the company’s herbicide Roundup.

It’s a win-win for Monsanto. But it’s a loss for just about everyone else. Not to mention a health hazard for the environment, and the animals and humans that eat these crops.

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Creature comforts


“Who can believe that there is no soul behind those luminous eyes!” Theophile Gautier

“A cat is a puzzle for which there is no solution.” Hazel Nicholson
Oh no!
“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.” Martin Buber
Listen to me Fred
“Dogs have owners, cats have staff.” Anonymous
In charge

“When I play with my cat, who knows whether she is not amusing herself with me more than I with her.” Montaigne

Just a little something to bring a smile.  My thoughts are with those experiencing extreme heat in the US.  May a cooling breeze bring you comfort.♥

How is That Agriculture?

Bealtaine Cottage, Ireland

Veranda at Bealtaine Cottage

Food is now grown under mass monoculture systems of what is called Agriculture.

This is the madness of monoculture…

The Earth’s soil is depleting rapidly, at more than 13% the rate it can be replaced.

Massive amounts of chemicals and sprays are need to keep food growing.

How is that agriculture?

Veranda at Bealtaine CottageMonoculture is now being extended into the very seeds we use to grow food.

We have lost 75% of the world’s crop varieties over the last century!

Monsanto want to reduce that even more!

How is that agriculture?

Potting up in the polytunnelOver recent years, we’ve had hundreds  of millions of tons of herbicides, pesticides, pollutants and chemicals dumped onto crops, polluting our soil and waterways.

How is that agriculture?

Hanging basket at Bealtaine CottageMore than one million chickens are kept at any one time in intensive warehouse conditions.

Pig farms can house several thousands of pigs at a time.

How is that agriculture?

Buddha at the back doorIn many of…

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