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New US Patents Could Signal The End Of Pesticides & GMOs

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The fact that GMOs are practically in almost every food on the market is quite frustrating. But, we have some great news for you. The latest US patent could be the end to all pesticides and GMOs.

What is even worse, we do not even know that we eat these “things.” Our surrounding is being sprayed with toxic pesticides that harm our health. These harmful pesticides contribute to the massive reduction in bee colonies and the general decrease in soil quality.

Unfortunately, the companies that produce these toxins stated that they will not stop with the production, and the petitions to EPA and FDA are simply ignored.

This comes as a result of the revolving door leadership between these companies and the government regulators. In 2001, Paul Stamets, world’s leading mycologist, filed a patent which did not received much attention.

The companies that produce these pesticides say it is “The most disruptive technology that we have ever witnessed.” The bio-pesticides used in the patent are a permanent and safe solution for more than 200,000 species of insects.

To be more precise, it only uses nature’s help and it is provided by mushrooms only. Nothing fancy or expensive. Certain kinds of mushrooms perform “sporulation,” making the area unsuitable for whatever kind of insects the fungi are coded for.

Extracts obtained of entomopathogenic fungi are able to steer insects in different directions.

When compared to regular pesticides, this patent is different in so many ways. Farmers do not have to kill insects anymore.

All they have to do is disperse some pre-sporulation fungi among the crops, keeping the insects away from the plants. Taking this into consideration, the bio-pesticide could replace and totally eliminate the need for any Roundup Ready GMO and BT seeds that grow pesticides in the crops.

“The matrix of pre-sporulating fungi can optionally be dried, freeze-dried, cooled and/or pelletized and packaged and reactivated for use as an effective insect attractant and/or biopesticide,” – Paul Stamets Patent for Mycoattractants and Mycopesticides.

“Ecological rehabilitation and restoration, preservation and improvement of habitats, bioremediation of toxic wastes and polluted sites, filtration of agricultural, mine and urban runoff, improvement of agricultural yields and control of biological organisms.”

Source: www.collective-evolution.com
Included References linked in Collective Evolution’s article:
Paul Stamet’s Patent: Pesticide & GMO Solution
Paul Stamet’s Patent: Agricultural Waste Solution
6 Ways Mushrooms Can Save The World TED Talk
Neil Young Starbucks Boycott Statement Organic Food Demand Exploding