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2019年09月09日 [日々の事]

🍄Safe New Mushroom-Based Biopesticides Could Spell the End for GMO Foods.🍴🍄安全な新しいキノコ-バイオ農薬の基盤はGMO(遺伝子組み換え)食品の終わりを意味するかもしれません🍴

🍄Safe New Mushroom-Based Biopesticides Could Spell the End for GMO Foods.🍴

A new class of safe, natural mushroom-based biopesticides is a very real alternative to health and environment damaging synthetic pesticides currently in widespread use.
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It has been said by some of the wiser among us that if a problem exists, a corresponding solution will also exist to be found in nature. That somehow, some way, this planet we live on is a self-contained, self-regulating, even self-aware system that balances itself continually in response to the evolving species and situations present at any time.

Just as we evolve in response to our environment, so too does the living earth respond to inherent and human-made challenges.

So, it should come as no surprise then that world-renowned mycologist Paul Stamets has discovered a mushroom-based bio pesticide that is just as effective (if not more so) as synthetic chemical pesticides, without any health or environment-disrupting effects.

In what some are calling “the most disruptive agricultural technology ever witnessed,” Stamets has patented a strain of entomopathogenic fungi (read: insect-killing fungus, commonly referred to as a bio pesticide) known as M. anisopliae that can be specifically engineered to repel over 200,000 different types of insects.
スタメッツは「これまでに発見された、最も破壊的な農業技術」と呼んでいるものの中のいくつかに、20万種類を超える、様々なタイプの昆虫を寄せ付けない「M. anisopliae」という、土壌散布型微生物製剤として知られる昆虫病原性菌類(一般的に有機的バイオ殺虫剤と称される昆虫殺菌類)の特許を取得しました。

Through a process called “sporulation”, the entomopathogenic fungi spores are freeze-dried and subsequently sprayed over entire fields of crops, effectively making them invisible and undesirable for insects, who are evolutionarily wired to avoid such fungi.

“Stamets’ has discovered a mushroom-based biopesticide that is just as effective as synthetic chemical pesticides, without any health or environment-disrupting effects.”

Traditional synthetic pesticides, on the other hand, have wreaked nothing short of total havoc on the biosphere, humans included. Largely believed to be responsible for the alarming disappearance of the bees, which is threatening to collapse the entire food chain, synthetic chemical pesticides are also strongly related to the sharp rise in autism, cancer, and other life-threatening autoimmune conditions, as they severely disrupt the body’s natural functioning.

Make no mistake about it, pesticides are biological poisons and are being used in greater and greater quantities every year to offset the immunity that insects develop to them over time. It’s a vicious cycle that can’t be solved by further pesticide use and, in fact, is already reaching a zenith as so-called superbugs develop after thousands of successive generations that are basically immune to pesticides altogether.

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The rise of pesticide use has also played a large part in the development of highly controversial genetically modified (GMO) crops, which are bred to be resistant to pests and the pesticides used to protect them even further. These GMO foods, as you can imagine, have their share of side effects as well, which include everything from cellular damage to cancer and beyond. The case in point being that the current agricultural paradigm of “playing God” by introducing chemicals into the environment is a train wreck that’s in the process of happening.

However, Stamets’ biopesticide innovation offers a glimmer of hope—implementing nature’s own bioregulation mechanisms on a massive scale to create further harmony and balance rather than the continual disruption propagated by the current agricultural model. Furthermore, only a teaspoonful of the fungus grown on a substrate such as rice—and costing only a few cents to produce—is sufficient to treat an area the size of a house for nearly an entire growing season, Stamets claims. In addition, the M. anisopliae strain and the active compounds it generates don’t appear to be harmful to humans, other mammals, fish, useful insects such as honeybees, or plants.
しかし、現在の農業のモデルによって伝えられた、化学薬品の使用よりも、さらなる調和やバランスを創出するために、スタメッツのバイオ農薬革命は、巨大規模の自然自身のバイオリズムのメカニズムに、希望と光を与えます。さらに、お米のような形で成長した作物から、数セント程度の、茶さじ1杯の菌類だけで、作物生育期間中、家一軒分の範囲をカバーできるとスタメッツは主張します。さらに、生育過程において、「M. anisopliae系統の土壌散布型微生物製剤」や、有機的化合物は、魚や、ミツバチなどの有益な昆虫、植物、そして、人体に害をもたらさないのです。

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