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The Eyes Have It: Pesticides Stop Sweet Potatoes from Growing Shoots

from Truth Stream Media:

An accidental discovery of a sweet potato several weeks old and growing with shoots calls to mind the impact of pesticides on our food.

In the name of controlling all aspects of the lives of plants, companies spray and spray to keep away pests and even control the life cycle of the produce itself.

Potatoes and sweet potatoes — which harvested conventionally — are inundated with pesticides at three levels: early on with fungicide, later with herbicide and finally with BudNip a chemical pesticide used to preserve the tubers and prevent them from growing shoots (and reproducing). Only potatoes/sweet potatoes grown conventionally can grow them. Meanwhile, the numerous treatments to kill pest and control plant growth means numerous agents of death also pass into your body when you eat the food treated with the industrial chemicals of modern mega-agriculture.

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