mmm im not to keen on chemicals , ill have to read up on it.
I have a shed that was left behind, I live just round the corner from the allotment and I wont be using it for tools so ive thought about growing mushrooms in it. something else to read up on. anyone have any experience?
The developers of Roundup, Roundup Ready and Glyphosphate products, also developed 'Agent Orange', as used extensively to deforest Vietnam. Monsanto – the work of the devil. These guys are steadily copyrighting the World's seed genes and aggressively suing people for seed patent violations. Currently, particularly in the States and other regions where GM crops are pushed, any farmers/producers/growers who are victims of "transgenic trespassing" from GM seed, can and are being sued for having Monsanto's patent-protected seeds on their property. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505124_162- ... seed-suit/
Pressure is also being applied to the EU regarding the approval and control of seeds, and challenges are being made to the availability of and commercial use of heirloom/heritage seeds.
I would say avoid the chemicals. Use nature, rather than fight against it. There's no substitute for good practises and honest hard work.
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