E Coli Danger! Not clickbait / easy DIY hydroponics

E Coli Danger! Not clickbait / easy DIY hydroponics

E Coli Danger! t / Easy DIY hydroponics Romaine lettuce from the Yuma Arizona area is infected with E Coli. Until further notice throw out your romaine lettuce if you can not confirm where it was grown.
Hydoponics is usulayy devoid of this problem as the produce is grown up off the ground and the leaves are not sprayed when watered.

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  1. I live in Canada. Years ago, our country had a devastating outbreak that killed many and completely changed the lives of many many more.
    Our media kept the story alive for years after. We got to witness the terrible effect that nasty bacteria had on the lives of several of the victims of that outbreak. Most of us would have never imagined what happened to those poor people without the media educating us.
    If the story was dropped after people stopped dying on mass, as is often the case, we would have likely all forgotten about the entire incident within a few months.
    There are people living with the consequences of that outbreak, which, incidentally, was the result of a few people's laziness and incompetence, to this day, and they must never be forgotten.
    To forget them while they are still alive and suffering would be unforgivable.

  2. E coli is a risk whenever you use mammal feces for fertilizer that isnt properly treated or have mammals upstream from crops. Question though, is there e coli risk from aquaponics, or is the bacteria limited to mammal feces?

  3. There has been a tremendous outbreak in e-coli and other diseases here lately in vegetables and meat products. When I was younger, we didn't have to worry so much as we do today! COME ON AMERICA, GET IT TOGETHER!

  4. Thanks for the info. It is amazing with everything so closely regulated they are unable to tell who grew the food and where it came from or who distributed it lol. What do they just stick those stickers on when they want to lol. I am a huge fan of hydroponics but let's be real that it is not perfect. At least the way most people use it. With having to do nutrients changes. I use mine on other plants and I know you do to but the industry as a whole are not. They have huge waist. I hope to see them come up with a better system of dealing with the leftover nutrients as you and I have ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Huge vid brother !!! Wow !! ๐Ÿ‘
    A lot of great information for newbies to hydroponics – like me !
    I hope the issue gets sorted out. Marty has already mentioned we had a similar issue but that was from contaminated seed. Its every farmers worst nightmare.
    Much love and respect to you man.. Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŒฑ๐ŸŒฑ
    Keep on growin !

  6. We had an Ecoli outbreak here recently, it was in the Rockmelons. We actually had people die,,really sad.
    As you said it's really important to keep it all clean..nice video Mike. Amazing looking farm at the end of the video.
    Makes me even more keen to get control over what I eat,,,time to pump out more food and keep creating my urban machine,,haha.
    Top Stuff, and thanks for sharing.
    Lots of love from Australia
    Marty & Karin


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