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MEATPOULTRY.com

Iowa State University researchers are putting flu vaccines into the genetic makeup of corn, which may someday allow pigs and humans to get a flu vaccination simply by eating corn or corn products.

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The Zimbabwean

A consumer rights group has started raiding shops and supermarkets found selling Genetically Modified Foods (GMO) on grounds that it is unhealthy.

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arclein

I couldn’t resist calling up David Bauer, Farm and Sparrow’s owner and baker, to arrange a visit. Through my talk with Bauer, I realized he represents a new type of baker. He sees himself as part of a larger decentralized, healthy, and diverse food s

News Link • Global Reported By robert klein
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Super Human Radio Show

The effects of GMO experiments on unwilling human subjects is discussed, and how drug companies profit from illnesses in both humans and animals, which are directly related to GMO feed consumption. The circle of death.

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P.W. Simon

Here are the instructions for producing your own carrot seeds. Carrot seed production requires two years, unlike crops such as lettuce, tomatoes, and squash, etc.

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I just came back from Mother Nature Farm in Gilbert. I am hot and dirty but I brought back 10 fresh peaches i picked and 2 big heads of cabbage. The price is pretty simple, show up and pull weeds or plant whatever Wade (the farms owner) asks yo

Letters to the Editor • Global
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Surviving the Middle Class Crash

A good option for gardening in a small space that requires no weeding is upside down gardening. Learn how to grow hanging vegetable gardens.

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Surviving the Middle Class Crash

Here are four simple ideas for making vertical gardening trellises. Not only will verticle gardening allow you to grow more stuff in a smaller space, but it will also cut down on weeding, and you can harvest with less bending and stooping.

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