Entries by Stephanie Seneff

India Takes Steps to Reduce Glyphosate Use in Agriculture

I was thrilled when I first heard that the president of Mexico had decreed a ban on glyphosate use in agriculture beginning in January 2024. However, the industry fought back hard, and while it looked for a while as if they weren’t going to be able to stop the ban, the latest news I have is that the Sixth District Judge in Administrative Matters granted an injunction against the decree that was instigated by Bayer, the producer of glyphosate.

Turning Sewage Sludge and Food Waste into Carbon Free Vehicle Fuels

•Sewage dumped into the ocean harms sea life
•Sewage sludge converted to fertilizer has too many harmful chemicals in it
•Food waste and sewage sludge can be turned into valuable fuel, but toxic chemicals (e.g., glyphosate, prescription drugs) are still problematic
•Acid-loving microbes from Yellowstone Park produce versatile enzymes capable of breaking down toxic chemicals
•Hydrogen gas can be extracted during processing and combined with nitrogen from the air to produce ammonia, a convenient storage form of hydrogen gas
•Electric vehicles fueled by hydrogen gas are fast becoming a practical reality

Brett Danson is an entrepreneur who lives in Kauai, Hawaii, and his life passion has become seeking ways to improve the environment in order to safeguard human health and the health of the ecosystem.… Read more here

Farming Nature’s Way


•Noni trees are a medicinal fruit tree that is native to a large area across Asia and Australia.

•Noni was popular among the ancient Polynesians for its many beneficial phytochemicals and its ability to ease pain topically.

•Steve and Richele Frailey have been cultivating Noni trees on a certified organic farm in Kauai since 1982.… Read more here