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Reinventing wheels : Soil microbes are key for sustainable agriculture

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When I read research like this, I imagine how far we tolerated these profit-devils in agri-business? To earn petty profits, they killed soil, made farmers more and more poor and created crisis everywhere.

Chemical agriculture is a curse for mankind. Especially, most fertile land owner country India, it is greatest fall of dharma. This land’s dharma is to feed the world and not her own subjects. We are now in a position where we have to import food. So great green revolution.

“The fact that the traits that govern these partnerships vary between plants of the same species and are heritable shows that they can be selected for by breeders,” Wendlandt said. “Ultimately, we hope that agronomists will use this research to develop plant varieties that make the most of the soil microbes they encounter. This could reduce reliance on chemical fertilizers, which are expensive for growers and can pollute the environment.”

There is only way to reverse this. Cow-based farming. Only cow can help soil. Both are called गौ in Sanskrit. Only one Gau can cuddle another one. Our job is to facilitate this relation.


Research


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Top-Performing Soil Microbes Could Be Key to Sustainable Agriculture

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.edu) — Beautiful things can happen when plants surround themselves with the right microbes. A study on Acmispon strigosus, a plant in the pea family, showed a 13-fold growth increase in plants that partnered with a highly effective strain of the nitrogen-fixing bacteria Bradyrhizobium.

The ability of plants to use beneficial microbes to boost their growth is not lost on agronomists. Some breeders think understanding the traits that enable crops to recruit top-performing microbes is key to the future of sustainable agriculture.

A roadblock in capitalizing on the beneficial work of microbes is the complex genetic and environmental factors that govern their role in plant growth. Left unattended, plants don’t always recruit beneficial microbes, instead surrounding themselves with a mix of both helpful and ineffective bacteria. Attempts to manage the microbial populations plants encounter in the soil—by inoculating with beneficial strains—have largely failed.

“It is very difficult to predict which combinations of microbes will be successful under field conditions, since the microbes that are beneficial to plants in the lab do not always compete successfully against microbes that already exist in the field,” said Joel Sachs, a professor of evolutionary ecology at the University of California, Riverside and member of the university’s Institute for Integrative Genome Biology. “A promising alternative is to breed plants that are better at managing their own microbial partners, an advancement that will be passed down to future generations.”

In a study published today in New Phytologist, Sachs’ team has advanced our understanding of how plant genetics and environmental factors affect microbial soil populations in the field. The paper’s first author is Camille Wendlandt, a graduate student in Sachs’ research group.

The researchers investigated whether Acmispon strigosus (the pea plant) changes how it associates with different strains of nitrogen-fixing bacteria when its environment changes. Surprisingly, they found that changing the plants’ environment by fertilizing the soil did not change how plants associated with microbes. Instead, the researchers found that genetic variation between the pea plants was most important in explaining whether plants invested in relationships with the most beneficial microbes. In other words, some variants of the plant are better than others at developing these beneficial partnerships.

Only Cow-Culture can protect plants from extreme weather

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Yes, call it cow-culture or गौ-संस्कृति. It is only with the help cows, we can help our crops and man-made forests to sustain extreme temperatures.

Plants are less stressed if they have these natural microbes

With cows, we receive two extremely important prasad (प्रसाद). Essence. No, it is not milk! It is dung and urine! Let there be rivers of dung and urine flowing on our land! That is how we can live weather-proof life.

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Research


Microbes help plants survive in severe drought

http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/09/19/microbes-help-plants-survive-in-severe-drought/

With California in its fifth year of severe drought and many western states experiencing another year of unusually dry conditions, plants are stressed.

Agricultural crops, grasses and garden plants alike can get sick and die when factors such as drought and excess sun force them to work harder to survive.

Now, plants can better tolerate drought and other stressors with the help of natural microbes, University of Washington research has found. Specifically, plants that are given a dose of microbes stay green longer and are able to withstand drought conditions by growing more leaves and roots and using less water.

“Plants are less stressed if they have these natural microbes,” said senior author Sharon Doty, a UW professor of environmental and forest sciences. “They will help plants deal with environmental challenges, especially with climate change.”

Extremely Localized living and True Worship of गौ(cow)

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Most spiritual Guru(s) will ask you to take care of senses. They will train you so that you can take care of senses.

Hardly anyone prescribing same for Mother Earth and Desi Cow. Remember, the life wave flows through all planes (आधिभौतिक,आधिदैविक, आध्यात्मिक) and गौ in your body (your senses in आध्यात्मिक plane) will be taken care only when other two गौ(s) are taken care (Mother Earth and Desi Cow).

What is pasture land for गौ here (भौतिक जीवन), Sanskrit is to senses there (on subtle आधिदैविक plane).

We failed गौ everywhere. Here and there. Garbage pasture and gibberish language cocktail.

Pasture is gone. Mother is dying. Sons are busy in विकास.

When the Gau is killed (On आधिभौतिक (Physical),आध्यात्मिक(Spiritual),आधिदैविक(Daivik) planes), Bhu (Land) becomes desert.

Ignore one and the universe collapses. Slow and steady fall.

Exclusive focus on health won’t work in long run.

Live local life. Local resource. That is true worship of Gau mata!

Do we really respect individual’s tendencies and svabhava(स्वभाव)?

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It is Child’s nature(स्वभाव) to be dependent for initial years of the life.
It is parasite’s nature(स्वभाव) to rely on a host (another animal or plant) for livelihood.
It is Gau’s nature to live and support humans.

Due to this innate nature or स्वभाव of an organism, symbiotic relations emerge among living beings.

I feel strange when I hear Utopian sentiments to free all domestic animals in jungles in name of reducing animal cruelty. At the same time, I feel frustrating when I see domestic animals are tortured for greed.

Ideal way is to respect the स्वभाव of each other and maintain symbiotic relations.

Soil Health Card is useless without गौ आधारित खेती (Cow-based farming)

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American university proclaims:

“With more than 7 billion microorganisms in the soil, it’s no surprise we still have a lot to learn about them and their impact on the environment. “Consequently, the activity of microorganisms in soil has the potential to alleviate or worsen climate change, so we need to form predictions regarding their activities.”

Do you think without Gau mata, one can achieve this?

Remember, I often share here that

Gau out = Desert In
Desert In = Desert Religion In (Islam/Christianity)

Soil health card may be good way to track soil nutrients but it is useless if you cannot understand value of cow in maintaining soil health. Soil health does not only mean NPK! Or Organic matter. It mean Prana! and only Gau mata can provide Prana!!

Not only carbon cycle, Gau mata has potential to stabilize all natural cycles!! She is medium via which we should embrace primordial prana i.e. Sun


Research


WVU researcher uncovers influence of microorganisms on soil carbon storage

With more than 7 billion microorganisms in the soil, it’s no surprise we still have a lot to learn about them and their impact on the environment. A West Virginia University researcher is uncovering critical information about these tiny organisms under our feet, which although small, can have a huge impact on the environment.

Ember Morrissey, assistant professor of environmental microbiology in the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, received a $150,000 grant from National Science Foundation’s Division of Environmental Biology’s Early-concept Grants for Exploratory Research program, known as EAGER, to increase understanding of the behavior of microorganisms in the soil to provide descriptions of microbial function that currently aren’t available.

Morrissey’s research will lay the groundwork needed to figure out how soil can be managed to address environment-related processes and issues, including global warming and climate change.

Of particular interest for Morrissey and other researchers is the ability to formulate more precise predictions of microorganisms’ carbon cycling, or how they use and create carbon, a key to combatting climate change.

“Soil stores a large fraction of the earth’s carbon – actually more carbon than the atmosphere and biosphere combined,” Morrissey explained. “Microorganisms break down and consume this carbon as they live and grow, converting it into the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.

“Consequently, the activity of microorganisms in soil has the potential to alleviate or worsen climate change, so we need to form predictions regarding their activities.”

https://wvutoday.wvu.edu/stories/2017/01/17/wvu-researcher-uncovers-influence-of-microorganisms-on-soil-carbon-storage

 

No cow, No Freedom

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By not protecting Gau – Govt is inviting slavery.

No cow -> No food -> Food dependency -> Slavery
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Cow slaughter

Everyone is fed up with chemical farming. Mindless rape of soil is reaping results across the globe. There are hardly any vital nutrients left in mother’s breast (soil). The outer 3 cm layer of farm land, critical for any crop, is either vanished or polluted, full of toxins. Cancer for farmers and thousand different versions of sickness for food consumers.

At this juncture, only Gau mata (गौ माँ) can help धरती माँ. Her gobar, urine, milk, ghee – only medicine for cure.

This is not rocket science. Go and experiment in farm (or in terrace garden). I am doing it for last 5 years now. I not only get highest yield (above national avg) for any crop planted but also full of nutrition. Both quality and quantity. One south Indian friend’s family stopped eating rice because it was causing Vayu. Can you imagine? Someone stopping lifeline food? For last couple of years, they consume our rice. No Vayu effects felt in last 2 years. In fact, his 85 years old mother now eat the rice ( Vayu is predominant in old age). That is the impact of गौ माँ in just 5 years of experiments. Mind you – We don’t use even a single spray of chemical fertilizer or pesticide.

Also, it is cow based Zero budget farming that can save farmers from debt and not the Govt loans and waivers which ultimate make Monsanto like monster’s fat profit.

Cow-slaughter is not just mere about sentiments of Hindus. It is more than that. Entire agriculture in cow-belt (which is largest geographical region of Bharat) depends upon mother’s existence. So if we say Govt is not doing anything because it is Hindutva agenda, you are missing vital link.

No cows -> no agriculture -> no food -> food dependency -> Slavery

Be ready for it as State is sleeping and people are busy in their own zombie living.

Cow Milk is Enough for daily Iodine intake: There is NO Alternative

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Tata,Reliance and every other Salt Giant in India talks of Iodine in the salts they make. From Doctors, dietitians to Govt of India, everyone go gaga over Iodine salt.

How healthy it is?

As per this report, cooking with Iodine salt and chlorinated tap water creates toxins!

It is always good to use Sendha Namak/Rock Salt for daily salt requirement in cooking.

The Salt Game : Iodine salt with chlorinated tap water creates Toxins

So what if not salt? How do we get Iodine intake?

Well, I was taught by my grand-parents that गौ-दुग्ध is सम्पूर्ण आहार. So I take help of गौ माता.

I am not talking about pasteurized dairy milk but raw milk from desi bos indicus cows giving A2 milk as prasad.

Here is the interesting study showing link between Iodine and Cow milk.

Consumers of milk-alternative drinks may be at of risk iodine deficiency, according to the findings of a new study.

This study might be talking about Iodine but it is not just about it! As i said,  गौ-दुग्ध is सम्पूर्ण आहार. Cow milk is the complete diet.

This will help you to understand:

  1. Why raw cow milk is must during pregnancy?
  2. Why raw cow milk is must for kids in growth phase (up to age 12)
  3. How cow milk can play role in chronic hormonal imbalance symptoms

Research


Milk-alternative drinks do not replace the iodine in cows’ milk

Consumers of milk-alternative drinks may be at of risk iodine deficiency, according to the findings of a new study in the British Journal of Nutrition.

https://www.surrey.ac.uk/mediacentre/press/2017/milk-alternative-drinks-do-not-replace-iodine-cows%E2%80%99-milk

Consumers of milk-alternative drinks may be at of risk iodine deficiency, according to the findings of a new study in the British Journal of Nutrition.

In the first study of its kind in the United Kingdom, researchers from the University of Surrey examined the iodine content of 47 milk-alternative drinks (including soya, almond, coconut, oat, rice, hazelnut and hemp, but excluding those marketed specifically at infants and children) and compared it with that of cows’ milk.

Researchers discovered that the majority of milk-alternative drinks did not have adequate levels of iodine, with concentration levels found to be around 2% of that found in cows’ milk. Cows’ milk and dairy products are the main source of iodine in the UK diet however findings from the study show that most milk-alternative drinks are not an adequate substitute.

Iodine is required to make thyroid hormones, and is particularly important during pregnancy as it is essential for normal foetal brain development. Previous research in this area by the University of Surrey has shown that low iodine status in pregnant mothers is linked to lower IQ and reading scores in their children (up to 9 years of age).

Iodine concentration of milk-alternative drinks available in the UK in comparison with cows’ milk

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/british-journal-of-nutrition/article/iodine-concentration-of-milkalternative-drinks-available-in-the-uk-in-comparison-with-cows-milk/C0EB7183E42B81548331405F83332258

Iodine deficiency is present in certain groups of the UK population, notably in pregnant women; this is of concern as iodine is required for fetal brain development. UK milk is rich in iodine and is the principal dietary iodine source. UK sales of milk-alternative drinks are increasing but data are lacking on their iodine content. As consumers may replace iodine-rich milk with milk-alternative drinks, we aimed to measure the iodine concentration of those available in the UK. Using inductively coupled plasma-MS, we determined the iodine concentration of seven types of milk-alternative drink (soya, almond, coconut, oat, rice, hazelnut and hemp) by analysing forty-seven products purchased in November/December 2015. For comparison, winter samples of conventional (n 5) and organic (n 5) cows’ milk were included. The median iodine concentration of all of the unfortified milk-alternative drinks (n 44) was low, at 7·3 μg/kg, just 1·7 % of our value for winter conventional cows’ milk (median 438 μg/kg). One brand (not the market leader), fortified its soya, oat and rice drinks with iodine and those drinks had a higher iodine concentration than unfortified drinks, at 280, 287 and 266 μg/kg, respectively. The iodine concentration of organic milk (median 324 μg/kg) was lower than that of conventional milk. Although many milk-alternative drinks are fortified with Ca, at the time of this study, just three of forty-seven drinks were fortified with iodine. Individuals who consume milk-alternative drinks that are not fortified with iodine in place of cows’ milk may be at risk of iodine deficiency unless they consume alternative dietary iodine sources.

Pseudo Science: Clinical trials for Proven Drugs?

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I really feel pity when educated Indians demand clinical trials data for ageless healthy traditions like Panchgavya.
 
Despite clinical trials, so many modern pharma medicines have failed. There is absolutely no control over side-effects. And this after the fact that origin of about 75% of antimicrobial and 60% of anticancer drugs approved for clinical use from 1981 to 2002 could be traced back to nature[1] ! Yes, despite mimicry of the nature, modern pharma act stupidly!
 
And we demand clinical trials for nature’s cure? 😀 😀
 
Sorry I don’t waste time in designing trials for Mother’s love (Panchgavya) when they are already helping many without any side-effect!
 
If you want to know out of curiosity, I can help but if you begin with doubt, no time for it. (Y) 🙂
 

COW ANTIBODIES for AIDS protection

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If I say, “using cow antibodies as टीका is ancient practice of this land.”, most of educated Indians will runaway by mocking it ! 🙂
Well, that is the response of brainwashing done by modern education. I don’t pass this as blanket judgement. I can show you many examples with documentary proofs which will reiterate my firm belief about highly advanced society of Bharat.


Here is one more from the field of medical science.

Our text books teach us that smallpox vaccine was invented by Edward Jenner in 1798.

Then how come Dr. J. Z. Holwell, M.D., F.R.S. recorded common practice of small pox Vaccination across Bharat in 1767?

See, this level of brainwashing happens by school text books. And once a firm belief is imprinted in your kid’s mind that ‘Everything Indians is primitive and in inventions happen only in Europe’, you cannot stop them surrendering to the system designed to keep them slaves. And slaves cannot innovate genuinely. 🙂

MUST READ: http://www.reformation.org/holwell.html

“Holwell claimed that when the inoculation regime was strictly followed, it is next to a miracle to hear that it ‘failed in one in a million’. He added that since “this practice of the East has been followed without variation, and with uniform success from the remotest known times, it is but justice to conclude, it must have been originally founded on the basis of rational principles and experiment.”

A doctor publishes paper on Smallpox in 1767 and Edward Jenner inventing it in 1798 – mere coincidence? 😀

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Just for you to observe: Traditional Cow shepherd community’s children relatively more healthier then rest.

Do you know reason?

Their affinity with mother Gau. Mother’s teats is breeding ground for harmless but essential viruses (including smallpox). When kids are playing with calf and gau, they go exposed to them early in age which naturally help them build immunity.

In Ancient Gurukul system, when child is admitted to school, he has to serve in Gau shala. Needless to mention reason i.e. to build their immunity 🙂

I have also seen in some community where dermal kit is prepared from dung and urine of cow using black thread and cloth and is tied on shoulder of the newborn. This also works as vaccination like modern days dermal hormone therapies.

But now our so called scholar movie script writers tell us that worshiping cows is wrong number 😀

I don’t ask you to blindly accepting what I am sharing. Do your independent study and you will find the same facts I am finding. (y) 🙂


Research


COW ANTIBODIES YIELD IMPORTANT CLUES FOR DEVELOPING A BROADLY EFFECTIVE AIDS VACCINE

“One approach to a preventive HIV vaccine involves trying to elicit broadly neutralizing antibodies in healthy people, but so far the experiments have been unsuccessful, in both human and animal studies,” said Sok, the study’s first author. “This experiment demonstrates that not only is it possible to produce these antibodies in animals, but we can do so reliably, quickly, and using a relatively simple immunization strategy when given in the right setting.”

All four cows immunized with BG505 SOSIP elicited bnAbs to HIV within 35-52 days. In comparison, it takes HIV-positive humans multiple years to develop comparable responses, and only 5-15% even develop them at all.

Cows cannot be infected with HIV, of course. But these findings illuminate a new goal for HIV vaccine researchers: by increasing the number of human antibodies with long loops, we might have an easier chance of eliciting protective bnAbs by vaccination.

There is no  doubt that cows’ ability to produce bNAbs against a complicated pathogen like HIV in a matter of weeks, highlights even broader significance, particularly for emerging pathogens.

“Scientific innovations like this are what propel the field forward,” said IAVI CEO Mark Feinberg. “This surprising set of results warrants further exploration and has potential applications not only to HIV prevention and treatment, but to the rapid development of antibodies and vaccines against other infectious diseases.”

http://www.iavi.org/media-center/press-releases/97-2017/621-cow-antibodies-yield-important-clues-for-developing-a-broadly-effective-aids-vaccine

Rapid elicitation of broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV by immunization in cows

No immunogen to date has reliably elicited broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV in humans or animal models. Advances in the design of immunogens (BG505 SOSIP) that antigenically mimic the HIV envelope glycoprotein (Env)1 have improved the elicitation of potent isolate-specific antibody responses in rabbits2 and macaques3, but so far failed to induce broadly neutralizing antibodies. One possible contributor to this failure is that the relevant antibody repertoires are poorly suited to target somewhat occluded conserved epitope regions on Env relative to exposed variable epitopes. To test this hypothesis, we immunized four cows with BG505 SOSIP. The antibody repertoire of cows contains long third heavy chain complementarity determining regions (HCDR3) with an ultralong subset that can reach over 70 amino acids in length4–9. Remarkably, BG505 SOSIP immunization resulted in rapid elicitation of broad and potent serum antibody responses in all four cows. Longitudinal serum analysis for one cow showed the development of neutralization breadth (20%, n = 117 cross-clade isolates) in 42 days and 96% breadth (n = 117) at 381 days. A monoclonal antibody isolated from this cow harboured an ultralong HCDR3 of 60 amino acids and neutralized 72% of cross-clade isolates (n = 117) with a potent median IC50value of 0.028 μg ml−1. We note that breadth was elicited with a single trimer immunogen and did not require additional envelope diversity. Immunization of cows may provide an avenue to rapidly generate antibody prophylactics and therapeutics to address disease agents that have evolved to avoid human antibody responses.

Cow Slaughter and Collapse of Decentralized Economy : Oil Mills

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Slaughter of cows did not only ruin cow-keeper community but also made traditional oil mill extinct.

An oil-rich seed such as sesame seed or groundnut yields about 5 percent less oil in a ghani than in a modern expeller, mainly because of insufficient pressure.

For mere 5% more, we sacrificed great self-sustaining nature friendly vocation.

At the cost of?

1) Fresh oil (When ghani crushing was widespread, fresh oil was in greater demand than it is today. Like all spices and grain-flours, oil was produced on daily usage basis. Unlike our present retarded hoarding habit.)

2) Flavour, which was traditionally an important attribute of all oils, and particularly of rape and mustard, coconut, groundnut and safflower oils, was best in oils produced from mild ghani crushing.

3) Both storage quality and nutritive value were perceived as being high. Free of preservatives and yet long shelf life. Unlike our retarded usage of refined oil with full of preservatives.(Since vegetable oils are naturally sterile, problems of hygiene in ghani oil are unlikely. Turnover of oil in the home is so rapid, and usage of oil in India so low, that oxidative and lipolytic deterioration resulting from storage is also insignificant. )

Btw, our prime minister is from traditional ghanchi community (Oil millers).

Solution?

1) Empower cow-keepers by investing in their oil mill units run by good strong bull-breeding. Find out existing old method oil mills, appreciate them and always buy from them.

2) Until traditional oil-mills come up on societal surface, buy mechanical oil extractor and extract daily usage oil.

3) Like oil, make habit of grinding daily flour and spices manually or semi-mechanically. Good exercise. Good involvement of all family members in cooking. Good for health and wealth.

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