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Diabetes-Friendly Diet: 10 Foods that Control Blood Sugar Naturally

Balancing the blood sugar levels is by far the hardest task your body has to undergo, and it is very essential to do so because high blood sugar levels can prove severely fatalistic. The higher and chronic your blood sugar levels get, the more toxins your body is exposed to. They can cause some very serious and severe health issues, for instance, type 2 diabetes, disruption in blood vessels and body organs, dialysis, nerve damage, possible blindness, erectile dysfunction and developing issues that lead to a heart attack. There is no exaggeration in the fact that you need to take optimum care in helping your body regulate your blood sugar levels in order to stay fit and healthy. Continue reading “Diabetes-Friendly Diet: 10 Foods that Control Blood Sugar Naturally”

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The Health Benefits of Spinach

Spinach is one of the healthiest foods in the world, used for its amazing nutritive properties, abundance of vitamins and minerals and crispy, fresh taste. It belongs to the leafy greens group of vegetables and it’s a welcome ingredient in many salads, side and main dishes, smoothies etc. Spinach is usually available all year round, but it’s the freshest from May to September in the Southern hemisphere and just after winter in the Northern hemisphere. Continue reading “The Health Benefits of Spinach”

No effect of note ban on rabi sowing, prices of crops: Niti Aayog 

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No effect of note ban on rabi sowing, prices of crops: Niti Aayog 
The Centre’s demonetisation drive did not have any impact on rabi sowing and prices of crops like paddy, soyabean and maize, Niti Aayog member Ramesh Chand has said  Continue reading “No effect of note ban on rabi sowing, prices of crops: Niti Aayog “

Cheque payments making farmers’ lives more difficult

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Post demonetisation, Manjit Singh, a farmer in Punjab, is grappling with a new financial reality — a queer mix of debit and credit in cashstarved villages where farmers are beginning to get some payments in cheques while their suppliers want currency notes.  Continue reading “Cheque payments making farmers’ lives more difficult”

Photosynthesis Key To Boost Crop Yield? Scientists Tweak The Process Of Plants Converting Solar Energy Into Food To Address Impending Food Crisis

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Scientists claim crop yields could be significantly boosted by tweaking the way plants themselves make their own food. By manipulating the process of photosynthesis, scientists have been able to increase crop output by ensuring the vegetation uses the sun’s energy more efficiently. Continue reading “Photosynthesis Key To Boost Crop Yield? Scientists Tweak The Process Of Plants Converting Solar Energy Into Food To Address Impending Food Crisis”

Plant roots in the dark see light

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Light transmitted from the shoot to the roots activates photoreceptors in the roots and triggers light-dependent growth responses in plants.

Photoreceptors in the roots are activated by light which is transmitted from the shoot to the underground roots through the stem. Continue reading “Plant roots in the dark see light”

Is Your Honey Contaminated with Glyphosate?

A private Pennsylvania based diagnostics company Abraxis found glyphosate residues in 41 of 69 honey samples that it tested for the herbicide, according to Reuters news service. Several of the brands that tested positive were organic.

But why would honey have glyphosate in it if the chemical is not used in beekeeping?

Bee keepers and experts say that the honey can become contaminated when bees are within a few miles of farms where glyphosate is used.

FDA testing of three samples showed two of them below that amount, and one sample at more than twice that level.

According to Monsanto, the company that makes the herbicide Roundup, ingesting trace amounts of glyphosate poses no risk to human health.

Plant a seed, grow a garden, change a life!

Today, perceptions of school gardens are changing in response to increasingly urgent needs for greater food security, environmental protection, more secure livelihoods and better nutrition. School gardens have new multiple roles to play. Continue reading “Plant a seed, grow a garden, change a life!”

Must Watch I m Sure u will love this “”Greenhouses””

“” Living with the Land “”
is an educational attraction at EPCOT in which you ride slowly through a series of exhibits about climate and ecology, followed by a tour of experimental greenhouses in which new methods are being used to grow fruits and vegetables. Continue reading “Must Watch I m Sure u will love this “”Greenhouses”””

The Three Sisters – Corn, beans, & squash

The corn provides a structure for the beans to climb, eliminating the need for poles. The beans provide the nitrogen to the soil that the other plants utilize, and the squash spreads alongside the ground, blocking the sunlight, helping prevent weeds.

Monsanto Losing Millions As Farmers In India Rebel & Plant Indigenous Cotton Seed…

Monsanto is losing millions on failed GM cotton. The company illegally pushed a form of Bt cotton into India and Africa more than a decade ago, but farmers are now pushing back by planting their own indigenous seed.
Continue reading “Monsanto Losing Millions As Farmers In India Rebel & Plant Indigenous Cotton Seed…”

Forget Rio — Vermont has Olympics for farmers

This past Tuesday while much of the world was focused on the Olympic events in Rio, a different type of games were playing out in a small corner of New England as farmers took to the field to compete in Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont’s 2nd Annual Farmer Olympics in Vershire, Vermont. Continue reading “Forget Rio — Vermont has Olympics for farmers”

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