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Exploring the use of natural products as alternatives to chemical herbicides

January 10, 2020 - goodpollution, green living, herbicides, Natural Alternatives, oleander, olive, Plants, soil health, soil nutrients, water health, weeds

Researchers from the University of Samarra in Iraq looked at the potential of plant extracts as natural alternatives to herbicides. They published their work in the Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine

They concluded that plant extracts could be a viable alternative to chemical herbicides.

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Study: Natural alternatives can be used in place of harmful chemical herbicides

January 16, 2020 - goodpollution, green living, oleander, olive, Plants, soil health, soil nutrients, water health

Scientists have created natural weedkillers using commonly grown plants. In their study, published in the Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine, a team from the University of Samarra in Iraq explored the potential of three plants — oleander (Nerium oleander), olives (Olea europaea) and castor (Ricinus communis) — as natural alternatives to commercial weedicides....

FDA reports that PFAS, or “forever chemicals,” are NOT a health concern for customers, but other public health experts aren’t convinced

January 20, 2020 - goodpollution, government regulation, PFAS, PFOA, toxic foods, toxic ingredients, toxins

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s main responsibility is ensuring that the food, drugs, cosmetics and other products sold in the country are safe for human health. Unfortunately, there are lots of ways they’re failing the public, especially when it comes to a group of chemicals known as PFAS.

PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, were found in a recent FDA ...

A dead supercontinent is partly responsible for the ocean sinking into the Earth’s mantle, explain researchers

January 20, 2020 - goodpollution, goodscience, Oceans, pangaea, planet Earth, research, science and technology, sea level, seas, weird science

Every day, hundreds of millions of gallons of water drain from the oceans into the Earth’s mantle, and geologists think that a dead supercontinent may be to blame.

Dubbed the “deep water cycle” or the “geologic water cycle,” this phenomenon occurs when water gets soaked up by minerals within the earth’s mantle through a process called ...

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