I disagree here. Mushrooms can break down the worst items including dioxin but in order to offset glyphosate you must bring back glycans into the soil and microbes and until now that has not been easy. I am not talking pasture grasses here.
Wouldn't glycans be naturally added back to the soil when pasture grass dies, and the break down of those plants cellular walls occurs? So cover crops that are tilled back in the spring should help provide glycan return?
I think all plants have them or they wouldn't be able to absorb nutrients. Glyphosate doesn't poison a plant per say it destroys the glycans or sugars rendering the plant unable to absorb nutrients thus it dies. I believe a normal seed has the ability to produce the glycans and it is in the seed itself that triggers the whole process (just my thoughts here). However while the medical community is further along there is very little to no study on plants other than you can tell if a plant is high by the taste. They are sweet. I do know alfalfa has mannose. I argued with a Agra Doctor years ago on LinkedIn when the site was different that if anyone ever learned how to liquify a tree agriculture would change over night especially if they add microbes. He is probably the one now who talked the beef feed companies into using saw dust as feed because of all the minerals, nitrogen, etc in them. You see tree roots reach down to the shale where the minerals are and some plants with enough soil interactions. You must be careful though with tilling tree chips into the soil because it ties up nitrogen. I do not know why other than it may be like the bark of a tree which hold the moisture in and nitrogen etc.
I want to add that glycans I am familiar with cover every cell and are the communication of the body of man and animal. Plants must be able to grow without many otherwise you wouldn't have GMOs.
Today and this to me is a miracle. I found a lab that tests for glycans. If they approve my request and this product shows to have the eight I am familiar with, I will continue to test on the grasses coming up next year and find out. I just think it has to have them and more because with all my study I have never seen one thing help so many issues.
Many mushrooms are grown in straw and saw dust. There are different kinds from different trees and each kind has different properties which address different cancers and diseases. The turkey mushroom for instance addresses even late stage breast cancer. A doctor on fungi.com has videos on YouTube and they may or may not know but two of the eight sugars I buy are made with mushrooms. Right now two universities are racing to come out with a pharma drug ( normally I would be totally against) but it is made with the Mataki mushroom. It has a peptide that regulates sugar for diabetics. Talk about a game changer.
With all I have said about glycans one must remember they just allow communication. The better the communication the better the fertility too. Then you address putting in the vitamins, minerals ect. Can plants live without many? I know autistic children are massively deficient of them so yes it is very probable.
If I was to wonder out loud about anything it would be how would someone create a seed to grow into a plant but at the same time be sprayed with what normally destroys Its communications system. Does that plant grow with fewer Glycans or by changing the DNA could trick the plant into not needing to communicate.
I tell you this fulvic stuff has rendered me speechless. Ok it has what is needed to raise vitamin d levels if you add high good fat but it is a conductor. I had no idea that high mineral count could produce light. You see really we are all little batteries.