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Poplar Trees Clean Carcinogen

 Poplar tees, inoculated with a probiotic, degraded the carcinogen, trichloroethylene, TCE, at a California contaminated site.  Sharon Doty, University of Washington, is using phytoremediation  as inexpensive green technology for  cleaning soil and water pollution from the environment. Plants naturally contain pollutant destructive bacteria, a process called phytoremediation. Doty soaked poplar...

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Voyage Dallas online magazine

Today an article about my story and how my business developed went live on Voyage Dallas magazine. This is a magazine that originated from Los Angeles. The article is an interview with several photos from the gardens. Talking about how my business evolved over 40 years shows me how there...

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Rapid Global Increase of Celiac's Disease

More than 40% of the world population has a  genetic predisposition  to Celiac's disease. Celiac's is an autoimmune disease caused by ingesting gluten in many cereals, condiments and foods, medications, vitamins, some herbals, enhanced poultry and pork....The list of products is expanding, as more people are developing Celiac's in wheat...

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How Rice Absorbs Arsenic

Arsenic in rice originates from groundwater, soil levels, and pesticides previously applied to rice fields. In flooded rice paddies, arsenite, an inorganic more toxic form is prevalent. Rice absorbs more arsenite in flooded fields because it cannot differentiate arsenite and silicic acid. Rice likes the silicon because it strengthens the...

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A Meth Lab at the National Institute of Standards and Technology ?

On July 18, 2015, an explosion at the National Institute of Standards and Technology campus, in Gaithersburg, Md., led to an investigation of a suspected illegal methamphetamine lab on campus, a taxpayer-funded facility. A security officer was treated for minor injuries and released from the hospital. He immediately resigned from his...

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