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Is Your Food Grown With Human Poop?

Sunday, October 16, 2016 11:54
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Is Your Food Grown With Human Poop?

Apparently it is ‘good business’ somewhere in the illusion, that growing food with human poop, is a good idea. 

It is more widely done than most would be able to imagine. 

Add to the matter… that using many fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides, have completely knocked out the healthy bacteria, normally found in soil.  Food itself, grown this way, becomes “anti-bacterial’… topped up with an unhealthy dose of poo. 

Humans… it is worth noting the observation, that other creatures do not poop on their own food, and then live a healthy life.

Of course this practice is most evident in soul-less enterprises, generally larger corporations… but it is a great reminder, to get more in touch with what we are doing… and to align our actions with universal values.  

Something to chew on… our galactics say we are addicted to junk food… and they are not talking about fast food… they say the regular food that many think is healthy, is actually the junk food, that they would never eat… because this food does not have what the body needs, a person will crave more food.

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The Stink About Human Poop As Fertilizer – Modern Farmer


Jul 17, 2014 - Some waste treatment plants burn it or ship it to landfills, which aren’t the most economically or environmentally friendly solutions. But not all poop ends its life by fire or burial. Somehuman waste ends up in forests and farm fields as the treated, human-feces-based fertilizer known as biosolids.

Night soil – Wikipedia


The use of unprocessed human feces as fertilizer is a risky practice as it may contain disease-causing pathogens. Nevertheless, in some developing nations it is still widespread. … The safe reduction ofhuman excreta into compost is possible.

Organic Farming: Is human excreta a good fertilizer? – Quora

Except for the fact that human excreta is an excellent source of human pathogens, it’s an …. I don’t really recommend you using human feces as a fertilizer for your own garden. It’s a risky practice too as it may contain disease-causing pathogens …

Human manure: Closing the nutrient loop – Sustainable Food Trust …


May 15, 2015 - Using human urine and faeces as fertiliser may seem an …. the Sierra Club, and the Suzuki Foundation, oppose using sludge as fertilizer or soil …

Real organic agriculture: Using human waste as fertilizer | Worldwatch …


Real organic agriculture: Using human waste as fertilizer. The other day, I got some funny looks from a journalist who was interviewing me for an upcoming …

Turns Out That Using Human Poop to Fertilize Crops Isn’t Such a ……/turns-out-that-using-human-poop-to-fertilize-crops-might-n…


Apr 22, 2016 - If you talk to its proponents, and there are lots of them, sewage sludge fertilizer is a great way to divert human waste from landfills and to grow …

Human Manure in China – Agroecology


Using Human Manure (“nightsoil”) in the Tai Lake Region of China … China’s farmers use human manure and urine, also known as “nightsoil”, for fertilizer.

Soils‎: ‎Paddy soils based on alluvial loess (Enti…
Natural Vegetation‎: ‎Broadleaf Deciduous (D)
Agricultural Region‎: ‎Intensive Subsistence Till…
Scale‎: ‎field, subsistence farm, local region

Is It Safe To Use Compost Made From Treated Human Waste? : The ……/is-it-safe-to-use-compost-made-from-treated-human-waste


May 12, 2013 - Treated human waste has been used on farmland for decades, but the ick … Ill., thefertilizer supplement is provided to local farmers at no cost.

Transforming Human Poop Into Eco-Friendly Fertilizer…/160818-sciex-bje-poop-into-soil-sasha-krame…


Aug 17, 2016 - Transforming Human Poop Into Eco-Friendly Fertilizer. Everyone poops. But not many people really think about what happens to it. We flush …


Biosolids – Wikipedia


Biosolids is a term coined in the United States that is typically used to describe several forms of …. Milorganite is the trademark of a biosolids fertilizer produced by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. The recycled organic nitrogen …

Earth Day: Is sewage sludge safe for farm fields? – Canada – CBC News


Apr 22, 2014 - Researchers are now delving more deeply into biosolids, looking to … is about a quarter the cost of chemical fertilizer, requires much less in the …

Sewage Sludge as Fertilizer: Safe? | Food Safety News


Oct 4, 2010 - Class B Biosolids may be applied only to land where crops fed to animals are … Gardeners who use sewage sludge as fertilizer touch the soil …

Frequent Questions about Biosolids | Biosolids | US EPA


Jul 13, 2016 - Frequent Questions about Biosolids. These are answers to some of the more frequently asked questions about sewage sludge and biosolids.

Biosolids | US EPA


Jul 28, 2016 - These biosolids undergo treatment to make them safe for land … Biosolids that meet federal and state standards can be used on land to …

What are Class A, Class A EQ and Class B Biosolids? – - Lystek


Thus, Class A biosolids can be legally used as fertilizer on farms, vegetable gardens … The term Class A EQ (Exceptional Quality) is used to describe a biosolids …

CWWA – FAQ – Biosolids – cwwa/acepu


Through regulation of this dumping, municipalities are now required to treat wastewater and to make the decision whether to recycle biosolids as fertilizer, …

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