This is one of the articles that you must share. Share it as much as you can and tell your friends to share it too. Why I said that you need to share? Well because this is one of the articles who actually may change the world in several positive ways. The informations that this article contains must go viral so they can reach many people around.
Back in 2006 one patent who didn’t get much attention and exposure and was connected with the pesticide industry was granted to a man, which was actually mycologist named Paul Stamets. This patent actually represented the disruptive side of the chemical pesticides industry.
Good results followed. Paul discovered useful natural solution to keep the insects away. He called them smart, smart pesticides who provided safe and permanent solution for many kinds of insects. He managed it by taking fungi that destroyed the insects and morphs who does not produce spores. If it can be allowed this will literally revolutionize the way of human growing crops. We can’t deny anymore the evidence that proves what kind of detrimental effects they bring to the environment. Many people are actually banning the Monsanto but many people still use it as well. It makes a large amounts of money per year so they indeed will do anything to continue their work and not be interrupted. Do not suppress information. People should be aware of its dangers. New methods and solutions should be provided before anything bad happen.
Open pages connected with the benefits of using healthy and growing bio-dynamic food. Share more articles like this and maybe you will spread the awareness and be the change that this world needs.
These several links will help you get more plenty information:
Here is a link to the patent we are speaking of: 7,122,176
A list of all the patents Paul has applied for:
Plenty of information about Paul Stamets:
Wikipedia page about Paul Stamets:
And finally, here is a TedTalks video by Paul in 2008 called:
6 WAYS MUSHROOMS CAN SAVE THE WORLD
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