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"ministry agriculture" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

08:21 min | 8 months ago

"ministry agriculture" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"I guess there's a lot of regulations right so you really wanna make sure that things are okay and you want to make sure that you're giving people say products that consume so i feel like in some cases. There are a lot better third-grader boone. But i think it's a legitimate sort of point to make is that you don't really know all the different things that go into product you might see the active ingredient you might there's inert ingredients but what ingredient which one and why and what do they do and I'm a big advocate for using the less harsher compounds the more targeted compound or biocontrol agent. And i think those are really good to utilize and i don't think really that they're going to be a problem for cultivators And also pre consumers but there's always the possibility that a product is sort of Problematic for reasons that you wouldn't you wouldn't consider when you just look at the label or whatever or the marketing will sure and we've seen an oregon over the last year's actually. It's been huge. Because once we went legal in two thousand fifteen oil elsie. Started will oregon. I don't know if it's oil see. But oregon started testing products on the shelf. And there's been hundreds of products that have been either cold or not legal to use on cannabis here and a lot of it was off label ingredients. Yeah we everything has to be marine certified in order to do any sort of recreational grow around here right but even then near the they still in the still occasionally find new products. Still have stuff. That's not even listed on the label which excuses them from being used in. Its life slip under that raider the fact that and think about how many years and still now there's a lot of states don't have these products tested but Think of all the years that we didn't know about all these products did have these ingredients and just never knew. Yeah so you know which is creepy. It is a real thing. What i'm saying because we found it over and over and over here in the state it it's made it toward. There's not a lot of stuff to us. It's okay to use but that's just the reality of of keeping safe the argument there too. Is that if you use a lot of bio controls like insects and stuff that you're going to get their material dead bodies parts and fecal material in your plan to as well which could cause health problems that something that's even legitimate or Something to even be concerned about ethics question. So i don't think that in the vast majority vast vast majority of cases this is an issue but there's a really great Report may read. The danish ministry agriculture. And i can send that anyone who liked to see. It's really large document and they talk about how like Applicators by controls and the thing is were predatory mite They elicited an immune response with various workers. Were applying them So some people had severe action. Now i just want to say that. I've never encountered anyone personally. Who's ever had these issues But as they go into this you'll also find that some people immune responses that they weren't aware of that and The issue is that the biocontrol agent was So like some people would have an immune response where they would have Antibodies that would be produced In response to the contact of the fragment some people would have Issues where they would have an immune response to get like rashes or like hives or that kind of thing on their skin and other people have immune responses where they they developed the bodies but they didn't feel wrong or find or didn't have any problem. Some people get a little bit of like a almost like you and yet it's the mean response to that kind of thing so definitely canal than And i think that's a legitimate point to make because a lot of people just simply go and consider this possibility or a lot of people are afraid because they think bed insect breath is going to make them Noncompliant when they do like a microbial test or something like that. Sure i have control. Agent don't vector any human pathogens in fact as a really important aspect of sort of all the biocontrol agent in the first place of course cannabis is very different than fruits and vegetables. And that kind of thing. They can easily wash off. But you can't do with cannabis And then on talkable of that I always thought it was kind of an unfair comparison. Because if you get past in your candidates are offensively feeding and defecating on your plan is well. Nobody ever says well. I got spider mite so i should just cut everything down and start again right. Oh because of the frat or because you know the fecal matter when people they just biocontrol agent at like oh. What about the microbial cards. I'm like yeah. Well and i brought that up to the fact that you know And also to if in. Here's a an even a different side. That is that were outdoor growers. For the most part we do do some indoor for certain reasons but but majorities outdoor and being that the plants are outdoors. They're going to no matter what you do. They're going to be subject to bugs and fecal material and just all the stuff that comes from being outdoors so yes can't really get away from it now indoors. I understand that's different got sealed environments that. You're trying to keep completely. i get that. I'm and i think that's probably where the worst skepticism comes from his indoor growers saying out god. All those bipartisan bug. Pope and all that stuff on your plan since so you know there you go it true though right and it is in addition to that there natural fiber unnatural fiber spores. Churn article various articles. Yeah california's burning down. Smoke particles are latics Yeah all these things are in the environment. You're breathing them. I'm reading on in. In fact indoor air quality is one of those things that i mean at least the indoor. Indoor air quality specialists like to say Which i believe are a huge part of your health and you spend so much time in an area in a shelter You wanna make sure that it all kind of nice them. You wanna make sure that you're not reading in like you know odorless gases that are harmful or You know like this. Various particulate matter articulate matter that you're dealing with so like all of those things exist outdoors well and and you're probably gonna exposed to that with your candidates as well. Also when you pure realize cannabis. You're inhaling smoke and how much of that is actually deleterious. Tear long like and also contentious debate too. Yeah yeah. I think if you simplify it right down i mean if you just talking about bug parts and poop and stuff. You're basically if it's still in the flower. I mean it's not really causing any harm to the person other than whatever carcinogens. Come from combusting whatever's in there you know. I don't think there's anything else you're going to catch from that stuff right like pete when people say oh. You're just smoking bug parts. Well yeah i am but you know can i not. Yeah the well that. But i mean you're you're not promoting viruses to yourself or anything like that. You're just promoting whatever carcinogens are coming about from that stuff most in that point most a lot of bio control like your predatory mites and things they want to avoid the very You know The heads of the candidates the fire material because those things are not great walk on numb or are directly poisonous and so they will.

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"ministry agriculture" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"ministry agriculture" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Been full of misinformation. Uneven malice, the president has chosen seer who I start with the facts. Not fear. Did you see what happened on Christmas day with tear-gas? Did you see what happened on New Year's Eve with tear-gas? Do you see what's happening in Tijuana? Do you see what just happened with the death of officers seeing in California? Did you see what happened with the drunk driver over in Tennessee? I mean, this is it is a generally a crisis. They don't have enough beds for these families to six and seven year old have lost their lives at the border. This is only going to get worse. And the president is trying to get people to address it and be able to do this over the next four years. That's what he ran on. So how is three action on Capitol Hill. My hope is the president does not declare a state of emergency because the state of emergency is he's going to be something that gets caught up in the courts the courts have gone against the president pretty consistently and is going to be something that's a bad precedent for the next president. For example, you have a left wing president gets in office. Gavin Newsom wins in four years eight years twelve years, and he says I declare. Claire climate change a national crisis. And I'll show you the polar bears it go. There are stuck in the water instead of on ice, and that'll be a national crisis. And they'll say well, President Trump did it in two thousand nineteen. That's the problem. What about the reaction on Capitol Hill actually says Jonathan swan cut twenty-seven, the very strong impression from people who were involved in the process or of being briefed at the highest level is that the most likely ultimate option is the emergency declaration because it does give the president the most latitude, and there is access to I think it's around thirteen billion dollars at the Pentagon sitting in this part for construction. But there is a really strong backlash that the White House is aware of within the conservative legal community people who are close to the counsel's office really don't like this idea. And I think it's sort of summed up in a tweet by I think it was Eric Erickson conservative commentator who said this is a staunch conservative saying matching. A day when you have a progressive president's saying climate change is an actual urgency. And then all the things that they might do as a result of that a not going to touch them all the probe which is number two. But I'm gonna jump to number three. The Wall Street Journal has confirmed whatever bribery else's reporting, the US in China or dead serious about reconfiguring rearranging, our trade relationship. They write today US in China made progress they're narrowing their differences. China's markets are responding and the two sides are moving forward. In fact, both sides believe they are making enough progress this week to plan for next week of talks among cabinet level officials and Robert lighthizer orca orchestrating all of it. So they know that dealing with somebody who's close to the president Dabo is coming up the president will be there president she'll be there. So you got to wonder if we're getting close to something that would really affect almost everybody's pocket books in the short term. The the farmers in the steelworkers. Everyone's been suffering from the tariffs but could be getting some quick release on Tuesday. China's ministry. Agriculture. Moreover, rural affairs announced that it approved imports of five new varieties, genetically modified crops paving the way for the US agriculture firms to sell more biotech seeds to China. We're also talking about natural gas, and we're also talking in detail about the soybeans, and although the products the China bought, but they're going to buy it at a higher rate to narrow the deficit. I can't believe I'm reporting this. And because it's such a blizzard of other information, it's not getting enough attention. But if you see the market and no watch the way that's going up his because these two mammoth economies that always invent loggerheads. Now have a reason to come to the table, especially the Chinese because they have never been so vulnerable. They haven't been this about twenty years. Mr president. He came across came around at the right time, one eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine I want to get the details on what's happened with the Mola probe and with the with the deputy attorney general resignation in two weeks means as. As well as the confirmation for a would be a second time around attorney general William bar because I think he's through the Brian Kilmeade show Wf feeds Brian Kilmeade. Hi, everyone. Brian Kilmeade here finding the right employees can be demanding in the current low unemployment market with competition for qualified workers increasing turn.

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"ministry agriculture" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"ministry agriculture" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kind of state violence where innocent people were killed descent was oppressed or supressive. But does does Brazil does Brazil have the institutions to guard against a return to that kind of a way of life that kind of political life? I'm not absolutely sure if we're if you take into consideration the first day of the new president of the supreme court he was talking about nine hundred sixty four as an event rather than a military coup. And that's worry it's worry now. So that is bringing a lotta people from the military to to to be beside human government. If something similar to do my happens to these people will. Perhaps be able to to to claim power Sergio, very briefly, very briefly. I have no doubt votes wherever that both scenario has anti-democratic instincts. But I think a Brazilian institutions and society are strong enough to absorb the shock and protect the marker ac- from deteriorating in the country. So I want to look at one other very specific thing that's important, not just in Brazil. But beyond the country's borders is the face of the Amazon vast forests a vital resource in the battle against climate change. And actually, I'm gonna crucible of biodiversity that giant ball has promised to bring progress which one imagines would come in the form of logging mining agribusiness and to lift environmental laws and protection. Chica Manami is an Amazon campaign coordinator for the environmental group Greenpeace she's based in Sao Paulo, what does Bolsonaro represent for her. For us. He doesn't just represent extremely right in South America. He also can represent a final or total destruction for the environment because his campaign promise sounds like threats. He's saying that he's taking out Brazil out of the climate agreement. He wants us to extinct most of protected areas and indigenous lands making easy access or open large roads in the middle of the forest for timber industry, and soy farmers. He wants to merge the ministry of environment with the ministry agriculture, but actually putting someone did productive sector in charge, which will be very bad for the environment. And also he had already said that he wants to end all types of activism in Brazil. This is a big threat. Not only. Brazil, but also or the whole planet because without the Amazon we cannot climate change within the boundaries that we need to have a good life and just give us a sense of the kinds of protections that exist for the Amazon and indeed for indigenous lands right now. The creation and defective implementations of protected areas. Or the democratization of indigenous lands has proved to be the best way to protect the forest, and it really works as a war against the deforestation, actually decreasing this protection. It's not a good thing. It could open those areas to more that structure in also he said that he will end Bama, which is the Brazilian environmental agency also are responsible for the feud inspections so on into fourth because the things that goes on ATO is saying there's already has an immediate reflection on the ground this weekend. For example, we had a boomer agents is being threatened and also their car is being put on fire. So the. Escalation of violence in the field had already begun. That's Chica Minami from Greenpeace. How would you describe the future of the environment in Brazil if? Bolsonaro comes to power data. Think I think she summarized quite a lot of our concerns in Brazil, it regards to Burma and rich regards to the institutions that basically defense is policies to manage the ministry of agriculture with the ministry of environment. It's clear perception that the agriculture at its lobby we'll encompass the importance of the environment in Brasilia Sergio. I is this threat overstated. Do you think? No. I'm really hurt me. Put it that way. I'm really concerned because I think both has bad instincts with regards to the environment. He has a very primitive and regressive Ville in that respect. But I don't share this sort of Catholic Lesnik feel because I think there are controversial enforces and presented society, even in the corporate sector, even multinationals who are in Brazil operating in the business sector. They know that a head on attack on the environment would generate closure of external markets to them. So it's let's see how display out concerned somewhat alarmed, but clearly I don't share those catastrophic views that were express it before me, Monica Brazilians, the jobs the economy needs to grow. But on the global stage. Many people will want to see Brazil taking. Lead in protecting the environments could Brazil as Bolsonaro has threatened in the past simply walkaway, for instance, from the Paris climate change agreement might be you know, that would be very very unfortunate thing to happen. One one Leiden the at the end of the tunnel that I just saw today that they he's reconsidering his decision to put together the recall ministering and the environment ministry, which from what I know doesn't work in anywhere any part of the world. So there are a lot of moderate people working for Boston narrows campaign there quietly working for him. They're not debating they're not in the social media, but they are working for him. And my hope is that if he's really committed to creating the jobs of the future to foster tourism in in in Brazil, especially eco-tourism that he there will be an economic incentive to protect. Land in Brazil. And and and I do hope that happens. We're almost out almost out of time. I'm going to move on if if Brazil chooses scenario is it embracing some kind of strong man rule that's face. It has become popular in many parts of the world. Or is this a more profound change that will change the nature of Brazilian democracy. Marucs dr. I think Brazil as a recession the corruption investigations have really battered its institutions and for years for decades, Brazil politicians have been muddling along muddling through each crisis each scandal. And now, I think finally if somebody steps forward and does this in a way that respects the rule of law and shakes up in a way the system. Yes, we could see something like that. However, I really have lots of questions lots of concerns about it the situation and the most important let's say sign for us to look for is how do the people accept it are things going to be calm when he takes office in early January. Or are we going to have riots is escalating violence that will tempta-? Him to bring the military onto the streets. I think that's where we will see if we're going to go faster or slower or just actually have a chance for reform Diego. Scott only given everything that Brazil's going through is the lure of the strongman simply too powerful for your party to succeed. No, actually opinion polls have showed that this has changed over the last week between the fifteenth Tober the twenty third this week. Boehner has lost already two percent of the voters. He's rejection increased by five percent going from two to four percent with similar to dodger. If the trans keeps going into Sunday, we could see a reverse a similar to what happened in the last election. When Duma Rousseff was running against is sooner this Monica's, lost Monica Huda. I know I I we win elections. And and we we don't know who's going to win elections. There is a high probability of narrow. But we just we can't nobody can celebrate until elections. Are half occur. I'm I'm if people are concerned, I think there is a lot of reason to be concerned about abortion, our government and democracy. But I'm equally concerned if not more with a win from the Assad, and they are the ones in their own program who say about changing the the makeup of the superior. Courts, and and changing the constitution. Pardon? That's not true. That's not. Let's change, according to the weather. Okay. You're worried about those elements of the program voters once they were clear and transparent that works. Okay. I just read it Sergio Fausto where do you see Brazil's future embracing a strong man, or is this just as a temporary change for now? Is there a more profound change at at work here? Remains to be seen. My take is that in in a symbolic way. Brazil is sort of backing this strong ru but in real life to run the country is not a one man show. Brazil is a federal system has a multi party system has congress with veto powers has a strong judicial power. So if both narrow tries to test the waters, let's put it that way. I think Hugh want go very far plenty to think about their pledges look forward to I think Sergio faster diggers got donate. Monica Ehud, odometer and my doctor. Thank you all very much if you'd like to listen to the program again or any other from the archive go online and.

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"ministry agriculture" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"ministry agriculture" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Charles Snyder the late era Zona. Senator John McCain being laid to rest today at the US naval academy and Annapolis Maryland. McCain is a nineteen Fifty-eight graduate President Trump will not be there at the request of the McCain valley NPR's, John Stanford reports at McCain's have deep roots in the navy McCain's father and grandfather were both named, John in both were admirals the navy named. A destroyer for them and added John McCain the Senator as namesake in July the Senator served in Vietnam and his experiences a POW is well-known today's funeral will be private. Although President Trump will not be there Trump designated Defense Secretary James Mattis chief of staff John Kelly and national security, adviser John Bolton as administration representatives Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and. Retired general David portrays will eulogize following the Funeral McCain's remains will travel by horse drawn carriage to the. Cemetery on the academy grounds for interment Johnston NPR, news, Washington, an investigation into an air strike. On a bus. And Yemen has found that the attack lacked military justification San Pierre Shannon van Zandt reports the airstrike killed. Dozens of people including children traveling. On a school bus and the Saudi led coalition that is responsible for the. Attack. Says its own investigation found it was unjustified the coalition is fighting, the who the rebels in Yemen which are aligned with Iran and says it will continue to review its rules of engagement, the US provides support for the, Saudi led campaign through military advice and mid air refueling of Saudi. Jets the UN has called, the war in Yemen one of the. World's worst humanitarian crises, with widespread malnutrition and outbreak, of disease before the UN stopped, updating the, death toll two years ago. The, war had killed more than ten thousand people Shannon Vincent NPR news Washington lobbyist has pleaded guilty for failing to register as, a foreign, agent, and NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the man is agreed, to cooperate with special counsel Robert Muller Sam patent worked, inside the, US, to advance the interests of a political party in Ukraine setting, up meetings with members of, congress and the State Department but he never filed paperwork that, would have disclosed those lobbying activities pattern has. Pleaded guilty to a single felony charge as part of, a plea deal prosecutors agreed not to, charge him with orchestrating a scheme to allow an. Oligarch to buy tickets to the Trump inauguration foreign contributions to the inaugural committee are not allowed patent enlisted. A straw buyer to make that purchase which. Was later reimbursed with foreign money he's agreed to cooperate with the US attorney in Washington and the special counsel team investigating Russian election interference. Carrie Johnson NPR news Washington from Washington this is, NPR, news There has, been a big explosion in Somalia's, capital authorities, say a suicide car bomber detonated his explosives outside a government office in Mogadishu today the building at. A nearby school were destroyed at least three people, were killed but authorities, warn there could be more casualties while there's been no claim of responsibility the, all Qaeda link Al Shabaab militant group often targets Mogadishu China's, scrambling to contain an outbreak of African swine fever impure Jason Bill. And reports a viral disease has been found in pigs and five different provinces that. Are hundreds of miles apart China's ministry agriculture says it's going all out to contain this outbreak while African swine fever. Doesn't make people sick it can be incredibly deadly to pigs some strains kill almost one hundred percent, of the animals they get infected China. Reported its first case of the disease at the beginning of August since then four more clusters of, it, have been, uncovered in, China the UN's. Food and Agriculture Organization Warns that it could spread to other parts of Asia China has already called thousands of, pigs, to, try, to, contain this outbreak US agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue says the virus could be devastating to American pork producers and adds. That the USDA is, monitoring the China outbreak closely Jason bobbie-ann NPR. News also in China police in the city, of Leon have detained forty six people. Following a protests escalated into violence authorities say the forty. Six were detained early today as officers broke up a protest against problems in the education, system they say the demonstrators hurled plastic water bottles bricks firecrackers and, beer bottles this is NPR news Support for NPR comes from, NPR stations other, contributors include the.

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