Posted on November 18, 2014 Dan Grubbs, Editor - Stewardculture Magazine
Recently Dan Grubbs, editor of, Stewardculture Magazine, published an article about using, "raw milk as a soil input," and how, "field trials show appyling milk to pasture is increasing Brix values, reducing compaction and increasing tonnage."
CEO of Green Pasture, David Wetzel, was interviewed for this aritcle, and we feel more than blessed that Dan has allowed our company to share the magazine and article with our customer base.
Please remember that you can call David for any questions in relation to raw milk or using our liquid fish soil rescue in fields/gardens at 402-858-4818 Ext. 9.
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Posted on September 20, 2013 By Devin Dwyer, Richard Coolidge, and Jordyn Phelps
..stumbled on below article, if you follow this blog you have read other stories on this subject over the years. My understanding is there is no mystery about the loss of the Bee. It is directly related to pesticide use. specifically a class of pesticides that are used to coat most of the seeds planted in this country and some spraying...Poncho, Gaucho, and others
Over the past seven years, a stunning one-third of the U.S. honeybee population has disappeared without a trace – a mystery that’s baffling beekeepers and scientists, and raising concerns about the impact on the American food supply.
It's almost time to say goodbye to the food your grandparents consumed, because genetically modified crops have spread their toxic attributes across the globe. As their damaged genetics spread, their potential harm is being denied, and scientists who speak out are persecuted.