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We have a hothouse filled with corn plants that make anti-sperm antibodies.

Found this post. thought it flows with several other blog postings i published written by Dr. Don Huber. If below peaks your curiosity and you want to start your investigation please take a look on my blog for the articles written by Dr. Don Huber on GMO's.

 

According to F.W. Engdahl, an American-German freelance journalist, historian, and economic researcher, one long-standing project of the U.S. government has been to perfect a genetically-modified strand of corn. This variety of corn was field-tested over ten years ago, and according to the president of the small bio-tech firm in charge of that project...

"We have a hothouse filled with corn plants that make anti-sperm antibodies."

Farm loses organic certification due to contamination by Monsanto GM canola

"The government mislead us and now our farmers and consumers are paying the

price. Laws need to be enacted to protect the majority of farmers want to

stay GM-free. Farmers must be compensated for any loss of premiums and

certification that result from GM contamination." said Harrison, "A majority

of people will not buy GM contaminated food products and are flocking to

organics but this incident puts that trust under a cloud."

Feed Back on the New Emulsified FCLO products..All will be posted for the next 30 days

Please continue to email feed back on the new emulsified FCLO products.  i will post 100% of the feed back for through May 1st on this post.  checdk back for new feed back as often as you would like. 

Dr. Huber and the Impact of Glyphosate in the Food Chain

Latter-Day Luther Nails Troubling Thesis to GM Farm & Food Citadels

Copyright 2011 – by Steven McFadden

 

After trucking across the high plains for five hours, and casting my eyes over perhaps 100,000 acres or more of winter’s still deathly gray industrial farmland, I came face to face with the newly famous Dr. Don M. Huber in the cave-dark meeting room of the Black Horse Inn just outside the American Heartland village of Creighton, Nebraska.

On the morning of March 24, along with about 80 farmers and Extension agents, I listened as Huber discoursed with erudition and eloquence upon industrial farming practices that may be impacting nearly every morsel of food produced on the planet, and that subsequently may also be having staggeringly serious health consequences for plants, animals, and human beings.

Huber is emeritus soil scientist of Purdue University, and a retired U.S. Army Colonel who served as an intelligence analyst, for 41 years, active and reserves. In Nebraska, he stood ramrod straight for three hours with no notes and spoke with an astonishing depth and range of knowledge on crucial, controversial matters of soil science, genetic engineering, and the profound impact of the widely used herbicide glyphosate upon soil and plants, and ultimately upon the health of animals and human beings.

 

 

 

 

 

More on Glyphosate - Don Huber's Warning to Vilsack and his Cover Letter

Don M. Huber, Professor Emeritus of Purdue University writes a cover letter about his letter to Vilsack plus the text and images from his original letter regarding his concerns about glyphosate.

Paper by Huber and Haneklaus on Managing Nutrition to Control Plant Disease

Managing Nutrition to Control Plant Disease.

Don M. Huber1 and S. Haneklaus2

1Botany & Plant PathologyPurdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
2
Institute of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, Braunschweig, Germany

Introduction

Plant diseases are a major limitation to improved production efficiency and crop quality as they reduce nutrient availability, uptake, distribution, or utilization by the plant. Disease symptoms frequently reflect the altered nutritional status of the plant and it is frequently difficult to clearly distinguish between the biotic and abiotic factors involved.

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