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Don Huber: The Shocking New Science Behind GMOs & Herbicides

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Don Huber, Ph.D
Dr. Don Huber returns to the podium for this long-form session addressing the continuing failures and faulty science behind biotech-based agriculture. Learn how GMOs interact with glyphosate with devastating results in soil, plant, animal and human health. Learn of recent studies piling more damning evidence on this form of farming proponents arrogantly call “settled science.” Nothing could be further from the truth. He will update attendees on the state of the science behind the now-ubiquitous nutrient-blocking chemical glyphosate drawing from validated scientific research from around the world and discuss the implications of resurrecting 2,4-D which seems to be inevitable. Don Huber is professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University. His agricultural research the past 50 years has focused on the epidemiology and control of soilborne plant pathogens with emphasis on microbial ecology, cultural and biological controls, and physiology of host-parasite relationships. Research also includes nitrogen metabolism, micronutrient physiology, inhibition of nitrification, and nutrient-disease interactions. In addition to his academic positions and research, he is internationally recognized for his expertise in the development of nitrification inhibitors to improve the efficiency of N fertilizers, interactions of the form of nitrogen, manganese and other nutrients in disease, herbicide-nutrient-disease interactions, techniques for rapid microbial identification, and cultural control of plant diseases.
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Dr. Don Huber returns to the podium for this long-form session addressing the continuing failures and faulty science behind biotech-based agriculture. Learn how GMOs interact with glyphosate with devastating results in soil, plant, animal and human health. Learn of recent studies piling more damning evidence on this form of farming proponents arrogantly call “settled science.” Nothing could be further from the truth. He will update attendees on the state of the science behind the now-ubiquitous nutrient-blocking chemical glyphosate drawing from validated scientific research from around the world and discuss the implications of resurrecting 2,4-D which seems to be inevitable. Don Huber is professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University. His agricultural research the past 50 years has focused on the epidemiology and control of soilborne plant pathogens with emphasis on microbial ecology, cultural and biological controls, and physiology of host-parasite relationships. Research also includes nitrogen metabolism, micronutrient physiology, inhibition of nitrification, and nutrient-disease interactions. In addition to his academic positions and research, he is internationally recognized for his expertise in the development of nitrification inhibitors to improve the efficiency of N fertilizers, interactions of the form of nitrogen, manganese and other nutrients in disease, herbicide-nutrient-disease interactions, techniques for rapid microbial identification, and cultural control of plant diseases.

Don Huber is professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University. He was a cereal pathologist at the University of Idaho for eight years before joining the Department of Botany & Plant Pathology at Purdue University in 1971. His agricultural research the past 50 years has focused on the epidemiology and control of soilborne plant pathogens with emphasis on microbial ecology, cultural and biological controls, and physiology of host-parasite relationships. Research also includes nitrogen metabolism, micronutrient physiology, inhibition of nitrification, and nutrient-disease interactions. In addition to his academic positions and research, he is internationally recognized for his expertise in the development of nitrification inhibitors to improve the efficiency of N fertilizers, interactions of the form of nitrogen, manganese and other nutrients in disease, herbicide-nutrient-disease interactions, techniques for rapid microbial identification, and cultural control of plant diseases.

Recorded at the 2014 Acres U.S.A. Conference, Columbus, Ohio, Friday, December 5, 2014.

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