Monsanto’s pesticides are sprayed on crops worldwide. These chemicals are associated with a massive decline in the bee population. Toxins also become airborne and if residents surrounding the inhaled can develop health conditions . Could all that changed with the patent of a man?
mycologist (fancy term for a person who studies fungi) Paul Stamens developed a patent in 2006, but has received little attention and exposure. The reason for this is because the patent could be “… the most disruptive technology have witnessed history,” said executives of the pesticide industry. Disruptive means good for the world, but very bad for the pesticide industry.
Paul has harnessed the power of nature to create a SMART pesticide. This natural pesticide is extremely safe and can handle more than 200,000 insect species. He is calling a “magic” mushroom. insects away crop is maintained without harmful chemicals sprayed on crops .
Paul does this by taking entomopathogenic fungi (fungi that kill insects) and morphing them so they do not produce spores. This attracts insects and fungi when they eat, they become fungus from the inside out. Very good, right?
We live in a world where chemical pesticides are an integral part of modern agriculture. If you tolerate this, then you tolerate the destruction of the environment. Monsanto is a company $ 16 million annually that has unlimited resources. Something big has the ability to delete or hide the information, which could damage your reputation.
For this reason, it is important to be informed about the benefits of organic sustainable agriculture and biodynamic farming. And the exchange of information, as this patent that Paul invented stamens, only helps to shed more light on the possible alternatives to chemicals, genetically modified crops and herbicide spraying.