US farm allegedly found using human waste as fertiliser, says it was an 'honest mistake'
PETALING JAYA, Oct 6 — A farm in Michigan, United States has been accused of using raw, untreated human waste as fertiliser. However, the farm in question, Kuntry Gardens, says...
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By Anne Grace Savitha Thursday, 06 Oct 2022 12:41 PM MYT PETALING JAYA, Oct 6 — A farm in Michigan, United States has been accused of using raw, untreated human waste as fertiliser.However, the farm in question, Kuntry Gardens, says the incident was merely an “oversight”.A total of 5 deaths were recorded on Monday with 2 classified as being brought in dead, bringing the total to 36,380.The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) earlier this week issued an advisory warning people against consuming produce from Kuntry Gardens.The portal also reported that there were 22,957 active cases currently in the country, with 21,958, or 95.“During a routine produce safety inspection, MDARD staff identified that Kuntry Gardens was using raw, untreated human waste on the fields where produce was grown for sale to local grocery stores and direct sale,” the department said in a statement on Monday (Oct 3).MDARD added that the use of raw human waste was a violation of state and federal laws.Tien-chen wrapped up the tie with a 11-8, 11-9, 11-3 victory over Lim Ming Hong.
Kuntry Gardens owner Andy Stutzman denied using human waste as fertiliser, saying the matter was an “honest mistake”.35% of the total, were currently admitted to hospital for treatment.“It was just a small spot, like five feet by five feet, of human waste that got dumped there from an outhouse,” he told WDIV Local 4.“This happened before the land was ploughed.“We are going to be testing the soil to make sure the soil is okay for next year.4%, with eight states or localities recording ICU usage rates of more than 60%.” Stutzman added that the farm will cease farming and sales for the remainder of the year.9 men’s doubles pair Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi and veteran men’s singles player Liew Daren in their ranks.
Raw human waste can spread diseases such as E.coli, hepatitis A and norovirus.9%), Selangor (74.While no illnesses have been reported so far, the MDARD urged those experiencing symptoms “of foodborne illness” to seek medical advice.Advertisement.
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