Day: October 28, 2021

No-till gardening: Return carbon to soil with your own no-dig raised plot – Tallahassee Democrat

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What’s your gardening style?The way we garden can determine whether we are increasing or decreasing greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide. Carbon has been on my mind lately following the release of the alarming 2021 report “Climate Change 2021, The Physical Science Basis,” from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental…

Ann Arbor’s first ‘farm-to-table’ marijuana microbusiness sells what it grows – MLive.com

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Glyphosate Kills Microorganisms Beneficial to Plants, Animals, and Humans. – Beyond Pesticides

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(Beyond Pesticides, October 28, 2021) A study published in Frontiers in Environmental Science finds the popular herbicide glyphosate negatively affects microbial communities, indirectly influencing plant, animal, and human health. Exposure to sublethal concentrations of glyphosate shifts microbial community composition, destroying beneficial microorganisms while preserving pathogenic organisms. Glyphosate is the most commonly used…