Some weeds, bugs grew resistant to ge...

Some weeds, bugs grew resistant to genetically engineered crops

There are 1 comment on the USA Today story from Apr 14, 2010, titled Some weeds, bugs grew resistant to genetically engineered crops. In it, USA Today reports that:

At least nine weeds have become resistant to the herbicide used with genetically engineered crops and two insect species have developed resistance to plants genetically engineered to produce their own pesticides, a report by the National Research Council said Tuesday.

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sophia brown derby uk

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#1 Apr 26, 2010
Poor absorption of the TB drug rifampicin, leads to sub-optimal treatment and drug resistance.
give more doses rather than less!
note;
drug resistance always needs to be checked before treating people and cattle and badgers & rodents!

TB bacteria are classified as multidrug-resistant if the two first-line TB drugs isoniazid and rifampicin fail to check their growth properly;

it is because extensively drug-resistant microbes are present; if they are, the effects of injectable drugs used in second-line treatment need to be used; as well as the entire fluoroquinolone class of antibiotics.

Drug resistance most often arises because of missed doses or low prescriptive amount or patient failure to finish a course of treatment, but may be worsened by lack of drug susceptibility testing.

If physicians do not know that patients have drug resistance, they are likely to prescribe drugs that intensify resistance. and this is actually making the situation far worse;

planes and surgeries and hospitals should have sustained hot air pastuerizing in the heating and air conditioning unit ducts;(prevents infection)

intensive farming is the main cause of TB if farmers keep cattle in doors during the winter uv does not kill the tubeiol microbes;

Note very well it is the over volume of bacteria that builds up in a cattle herd over years and years especially in urine and feaces; humans and animals need to be washed regularly ie warm medicated showers; the weakest animal or animals that have poor immune systems secome to the saturated volume of TB microbes same as humans; remedy is lots of sunshine; wash your clothes regularly in hot water even shoes, wash your hair every day and use strong germicidal soaps and wash all your bed clothes especially the pillows and sleep on your own with the window open; cattle should always be kept out doors; do not use weed pesticides on milk farms! use hydrogen peroxide added to water; to kill weeds and let dandelions grow because this controls disease in rabbits badgers foxes and rats; and most importantly cattle;
note; farmers if you have had cattle infeccted with TB or even suspected cases clean the area of the farm where slurry lies and most important wash the herd; if you use a slurry tank do not spray over the fields or the TB spores will affect and cause disease again in your herd and badgers and foxes and rabbits etc; and in march winds children and adults can breath the TB spores into their lungs even in villages and town areas; the correct way is to take the slurry shite to a pre-arranged disposal site; its worth the cost believe me! you will need to ask head vetenary and council in your area for the correct safe disposal advice! do not dump elsewhere on the farm or you will be back to square one; suffering the TB disease again and possibly your neighbours farm as well;

use hydogen peroxide added to water in order to kill weeds especially genetic engineered type; it also kills insects; do not over use or nemotodes are also killed same as all the other pesticides;

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