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Shimon Steinberg looks at the difference between pests and bugs -- and makes the case for using good bugs to fight bad bugs, avoiding chemicals in our quest for perfect produce.

Shimon Steinberg is chief scientist at Bio-Bee, a world leader in mass production of the world's best natural, biological control agents: bugs. (Beneficial bugs are replacing the use of chemical sprays in greenhouse vegetables and open field crops, producing pesticide-free food and eliminating hazardous exposure of millions of workers in third world countries.) These insects are shipped worldwide, where they go to work protecting thousands of hectares of greenhouses and open fields, in vegetables, field crops, fruit trees, ornamental plants and more.

 

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Water & Powder
 
Not Green! And all that plastic and time!
Wood Burning El Camino
 
A Finnish politician has converted his American-built El Camino to run on woodgas.
Northern Lights
 
In The Land Of The Northern Lights timelapse by Ole C. Salomonsen
Baboons Spot Words
 
Baboons Can Learn to Spot Printed Words
How to buy happiness
 
Michael Norton: How to buy happiness
Brian Greene
 
Brian Greene: Why is our universe fine-tuned for life?
Hexagonal Pewter Stool
 
Metal molds in sand. How are ancestors used to do it.
Steve Case talks about
 
AOL co-founder Steve Case believes that a generational shift away from ownership and toward community sharing is taking place.
Moral behavior in animals
 
Empathy, cooperation, fairness and reciprocity are shared traits
The other inconvenient truth
 
agriculture has become the largest driver of climate change, biodiversity loss and environmental destruction.
How can technology transform the human body?
 
ways to merge biology and technology in our own bodies.
The Lunchbox Project
 
April 20th Awareness
Hector's & Maui's Dolphins
 
Freediving World Champion Will Trubridge champions world’s rarest dolphin.
Seal and Human Cuddle
 
Squishy Encounter
The Secret Life of Plankton
 
hidden world that underpins our own food chain.
Inventing is the easy part
 
Daniel Schnitzer: Inventing is the easy part
Troantico
 
the bygone way of life on a UNESCO protected island off Croatia.
Stop Pebble Mine
 
Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska
Polar World
 
Thorsten Milse explores the 'Polar World'
The toxic baby?
 
Onstage together at TEDWomen, Hayes and Chaffer tell their story.