Mutated plants, fungus, dying trees (2013 edition).

Mutated cone flower in Alabama, April 2013

The tree damage seen last year has not abated. Mutated plants continue to appear as more low-level radiation streams over from Japan. From Dr. Satoshi Mori’s blog (poorly translated by Google):

Fertilization, reproductive plant one year cycle should have been done twice. Assuming the laws of Mendelian genetics is applied simply to morphogenesis of some species, after which drew strong radiation, such as I-131, Cs134, Cs137 immediately after the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant exploded The first year, mutations would have entered the DNA in the repair process by the DNA repair enzyme chromosome has been hit.

Mutated trillium in Oregon, April 2013

Mutant dandelion in Ohio, April 2013

However, it would not in only one of the two strands of DNA maybe. Recessive may not appear to be hidden dominant DNA because it is heterozygous at this stage yet. However, morphological malformations certain as recessive phenotype homo, maybe might come out from the second year. I already mentioned before that, such as dandelion huge leaves have been reported. So, malformation of vegetation would not begin to be observed this year from around soon. Do not forget that the chromosome is cut beaten by gamma rays of cesium constantly even at low doses subsequent course.

This is now the second full year of plant growth after Fukushima. Much of the genetic damage has happened in recessive genes, so many mutations will start to come out this year.

Damaged cedar in Fukushima prefecture

Widespread damage to trees and plants was noted last year (1-7) . This is partially due to Fukushima, but also due to ozone and volatile organic chemicals emitted from the Bayou Corne sinkhole and the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico (3 years ago today). This destruction is continuing.

The tree damage can be seen in Iceland, western Europe, Indonesia, Fiji, the Maldives, India, Canary Islands, Madagascar, and recently in Australia. But it seems to be the worst in the USA and Canada.

The growth of fungus and mold is promoted by radiation (8-12). What is happening is that Fuku, the oil spill and sinkhole emissions are weakening the trees. Fungi enter the weakened tree, encounter radioactive substances, and then grow like crazy.

A fungal meningitis outbreak of injectable drugs prepared at the New England Compounding Center has killed 53 people. Injectable products have been recalled from Med Prep Consulting, Biotest Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Pallimed Solutions Inc., and Hospira Inc., due to contamination with fungus.

Widespread problems with mold occurred after Hurricane Sandy. Mold is endemic. Some people have mushrooms growing on their carpets.

Fungi are now killing all the frogs and bats.

The government is now spraying fungus from helicopters (1:38) in order to “save trees.”

Stimulation of fruit and grain yields is also promoted by radiation, and we have seen bumper crops for some species. But when radiation is increased beyond the amount that stimulates, it shuts off the growth of fruit and grain. Increase it further, and it kills the plant, like in the Red Forest after Chernobyl. Some of the trees in the Red Forest won’t even decompose, because there is so much radiation that fungi and microoganisms can’t survive to do the decomposition.

My peach and pear tree went wild with fruit in 2011, but didn’t produce any in 2012. The peach tree now has its bark falling off, and is covered with fungus and lichen. But leaves have appeared now on about 25% of it… I had thought it was dead. My walnut tree went wild in 2012, and Vgirl’s plum tree went crazy with fruit last year also. It remains to be seen what kind of fruit we will see in 2013 from these trees.

Experts look into cause of dying palm trees in front of La Jolla's Mseum of Contemporary Art

Dogwood with a bacterial infection

MARCH 29, ithaca ny TREE FUNGUS ithaca new york -all the trees are dieing chemical death

Dead and Dying Trees and Plants from Chemtrails

(1) Dying trees.
(2) Carbon-14, tritium and plants.
(3) Biosphere effects of Fukushima and the BP oil spill (part 2).
(4) Biosphere effects of Fukushima and the BP oil spill (part 1).
(5) Plant destruction in my backyard.
(6) Iodine found in leaves of damaged trees.
(7) Preliminary thoughts on the global tree die-off.
(8) Radiation-eating fungi. They kill trees and they kill people.
(9) Deadly meningitis outbreak in 2002 also caused by radiotrophic fungus.
(10) Fungi from Japan transported into USA, in spring 2011.
(11) Black substance destroying Hawaii’s largest barrier reef.
(12) Radioactive black fungus in Japan, blowing to the US.

73 thoughts on “Mutated plants, fungus, dying trees (2013 edition).

  1. I have documented “Red Forest Syndrome” in Michigan which began to be very noticeable in July of 2011 here:

    I have a website called Mutation Watch on Facebook and at the website for non-facebook users, where images are uploaded from hundreds of submissions in the past 2 years from Canada, the US and Europe. Very few are actually from Japan. These images are for anyone to use, feel free to browse through them.

    I also just returned from a trip to Mexico where I documented extensive mutations and plant damage from possible previous Fuku contamination and continued rainout of Corexit, please see images that correspond greatly to your videos posted above.

    Thank you for all your work, I would love to interview you sometime. Hugs brother. Christina

    • Welcome, Christina! Pine trees are most vulnerable to radiation, they are being affected all across the globe. Palm trees, too, are dying everywhere.

      I’m sad to see that Cancun is becoming affected.. certainly oil and corexit is part of it. Nobody has ever mixed radioisotopes with poisonous organic chemicals & spread it around the world before. It look like they are synergizing.

      *HUGS* 🙂

  2. New Plant Diseases – SNEED
    A new disease of spruce is Sudden Needle Drop – SNEED. SNEED is a fungus that infects stressed trees. The U.I plant pathologists are not sure if it is an actual cause of death or an opportunistic agent that attacks a tree already ill.
    Symptoms first appear as yellowing and later as premature browning of older needles. Usually, all of the needles on affected branches fall off, but the newest needles remain on the tips of the branches. Branches affected may be scattered throughout the tree or the entire tree may be affected. Needles do not show signs of fungal infection, but the twigs will have numerous small black fruiting structures. A great description and photos can be viewed at

    Identification of the fungus requires a trained diagnostician to view characteristic ascospores under a microscope early in the season. The University of Illinois Plant Clinic can diagnosis a plant sample. Call your local Extension office for instructions.

    U.I. Extension Service, 685-3140, 4810 N. Sheridan Rd., Peoria IL 61614 e-mail, visit or telephone us with your gardening and landscape questions

    Visit our web for horticulture news and information

  3. Sarah Browning: Opening pine buds signal time to control Diplodia Tip Blight
    Lincoln Journal Star
    This disease, caused by a fungus, becomes increasingly more common and destructive as trees age, although young trees can be affected. Austrian pine is the most severely affected of the pines, but Ponderosa, Scotch and Mugo pine also are susceptible.

  4. Mildew affecting variety of impatiens plants

    April 21, 2013
    While it is too early to transplant most annuals outside, greenhouse operators are offering alternatives to garden impatiens walleriana, which are dying from a worldwide epidemic of Impatiens Downy Mold.

    The popular shade-loving annual flower variety was infected with the fungus-like pathogen last year and it is still prevalent this year. Only the garden impatiens walleriana plants are affected by the fungus, according to the Michigan State University Department of Horticulture.

    The downy mildew can overwinter in the soil,…

  5. Fungus could kill 60% of infected ash woodlands by 2023
    Dr Dave Reay of the university’s school of geosciences, who conducted the research, said the loss of a large volume of trees by the wind-blown fungus, Chalara, could also aggravate the effects of climate change. Scotland currently has 111 recorded ash …

    Tree fungus could destroy enough woodland to fill Wembley 16 times
    A disease which kills ash trees could destroy enough woodland to fill Wembley Stadium 16 times over. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh estimate 90% of the UK’s 126m ash trees will become infected with the fungus. The fungus causes ash dieback …

    The fungus, which originated in Japan, emerged in Lithuania and Poland two decades ago, and moved swiftly across the continent, with 300 confirmed cases reported in the United Kingdom alone. But now scientists have just completed an EU-funded project …

  6. Fungus in Capri Sun: Researchers at Indiana State University found five types of fungus in the packaged drinks.

    “As far as I can tell, the fact that they don’t put preservatives in this is really allowing lots of fungi to survive the drink process,” she said in an article published by the university.

    Dannelly recruited Leah Horn, a senior biology major from St. Louis, to spend a year filtering Capri Sun through a vacuum and seeing if any fungal microbes remained behind and grew on filter paper.

    Five were found: three in the tropical punch flavor, one from the Roaring Waters flavor, and another from the fruit punch flavor…

    “The significance of this is that for the majority of people, other than being grossed out when you open a package and it has a large fungal mat, which is a really nasty looking thing, it will probably not hurt you,” Dannelly said. “However, in patients who are immune-compromised and some other underlying diseases, this could create a health concern for them.”

    • The cause of Crohn’s Disease (CD) remains unknown. Recently a decrease in the global lymphocyte population in the peripheral blood of CD patients has been reported. This decrease was more evident in γδ T lymphocytes, especially γδ CD8+T subsets. Furthermore, a decrease of IL-7 was also observed in these patients. We propose the hypothesis that microsporidia, an obligate intracellular opportunistic parasite recently related to fungi, in CD patients can take advantage of the lymphocytes and IL-7 deficits to proliferate and to contribute to the pathophysiology of this disease.

    • Milk thistle (MT) dietary supplements are widely consumed due to their possible beneficial effect on liver health. As botanicals, they can be contaminated with a variety of fungi and their secondary metabolites, mycotoxins. This study was conducted in an effort to determine the mycological quality of various MT botanical supplements from the US market… MT whole seeds carried the highest fungal levels followed by MT cut herb. No live fungi were recovered from MT seed tea bags, liquid extracts, capsules or soft gels. Potentially toxigenic molds from the Aspergillus sections Flavi and Nigri as well as Eurotium, Penicillium, Fusarium and Alternaria species were isolated from MT supplements. The predominant molds were Eurotia (E. repens, E. amstelodami and E. rubrum), A. flavus, A. tubingensis, A. niger and A. candidus.

    • Increasing Pneumocystis Pneumonia, England, UK, 2000-2010.

      After an increase in the number of reported cases of Pneumocystis jirovecii pneumonia in England, we investigated data from 2000-2010 to verify the increase. We analyzed national databases for microbiological and clinical diagnoses of P. jirovecii pneumonia and associated deaths. We found that laboratory-confirmed cases in England had increased an average of 7% per year and that death certifications and hospital admissions also increased. Hospital admissions indicated increased P. jirovecii pneumonia diagnoses among patients not infected with HIV, particularly among those who had received a transplant or had a hematologic malignancy.

  7. Post-tornado peril: Victims could face deadly fungal infections

    Doctors treating victims hurt badly in Monday’s devastating Moore, Okla., tornado should be alert for a rare but deadly complication of wind-whipped debris: fungal infections like those that killed five people after the Joplin, Mo., twister in 2011.

    That’s the word from government experts in fungal infections, who documented 13 serious cases of necrotizing cutaneous mucormycosis — terrible soft tissue infections — after the Joplin tornado, … infections can lead to serious illness and death. “The case fatality rate can be very high — 50 percent,”…

    • That’s not a surprise.. you might have seen the photos in which tornadoes push straws thru tree trunks. Imagine what fungus-contaminated sticks can do.

  8. Deadly fungus threatens city’s trees
    May 25, 2013
    The city’s dwindling tree population is again under threat. This time it is from a killer fungus. The organisms are slowing eating into several decades-old rain trees, leaving them withered. Such trees also pose a great risk to the public as their chance of getting uprooted during the monsoon is very high. …

    • I saw on the photos from Flickr that the plant damage that hit the US last year went into India. It’s worse in the northern part, near the mountains of Nepal.

    • And if Michigan is like Tokyo, then west of the Rockies must be higher… like the Kanto area, yes? Tochigi, Ibaraki and Gunma prefectures.

      • West of the Rockies is fucked. Jill and I felt like we were starring in an end of the world movie as we drove across rt 80 and looked at the plumes obscuring the mountains. I have been bumped up to noticeable radiation sickness from none before the flights I took, noticeable that is. That tells me it won’t be long for the rest of the ppl in this country. I am waiting on a hot particle to burn Lenny up as he eats it. He will mourn his shortened life. It will be a sucky day.

  9. A Bird Fungus Nearly Killed This Dallas Ad Woman So She Made A Campaign To Warn Others About It

    Ever heard of Histoplasmosis?
    Neither had Publicis creative director Julia Melle when the disease almost killed her several years ago.

    That is why she and her colleagues at Publicis’s Dallas office created a print campaign that creates awareness of the rare illness, along with an educational website.

    “There are very few moments in this business where you feel like you can put your talents to use for the good of others,” said Melle. “This is a moment, where my experience with this terrible disease that took half my right lung can be leveraged to educate patients and doctors everywhere.”

    Histoplasmosis is caused by contact with bird droppings that leads to fungal infection in the lungs …

    • Humira Histoplasmosis Lawsuit Awarded $2.2 Million

      In the first-ever Humira histoplasmosis lawsuit to go to trial, an Illinois state court jury has awarded the plaintiff more than $2.2 million against Abbott Laboratories…

      The plaintiff is the husband of Delores Tietz, who was prescribed Humira for rheumatoid arthritis in October 2009. After taking the drug for nearly seven months, she began suffering chest pain and fevers. Doctors struggled to diagnose her illness for weeks, until finally determining that it was a Humira-induced histoplasmosis infection.

      Histoplasmosis is a life-threatening fungal infection that occurs from breathing spores of Histoplasma capsulatum in the environment, usually in caves or areas with large amounts of bird or bat droppings. Symptoms of the illness are similar to pneumonia.

      Most people who inhale fungal spores from Histoplasma capsulatum do not get sick. However, individuals who take Humira (adalimumab), a tumor-necrosis factor blocker (TNF), have a higher risk of cancer, infections, and opportunistic fungal infections like histoplasmosis.

      The reason why Humira is associated with life-threatening fungal infections is that it treats auto-immune diseases (such as rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s disease) by inhibiting the body’s immune response. Although this can decrease symptoms caused by an over-reactive immune system, it can decrease defenses against normally harmless bacteria and funguses.

    • Published on May 28, 2013
      Last week I had a biopsy and was was diagnoses with Histoplasmosis, it’s a fungal infection the is in my right lung…. Now I have many changes in my life and they are not too fun…I want to put my energy in getting my life back together, getting healthy (treatment can be 3 months to 2 years) and get fit! Today is day 1!

  10. As if tornado victims in Moore and Shawnee don’t have enough to worry about, there is a particularly nasty fungus out there, and people injured by debris are especially at risk. An outbreak of this fungus occurred in Joplin, Missouri after it was struck by an EF-5 tornado in 2011. The Centers for Disease Control is warning people who sustained injuries during the tornado – and the doctors that treat them – to be on the lookout for “necrotizing skin infections” caused by a certain type of fungi called Apophysomyces trapeziformis. This fungus normally lives a quiet existence in soil and on decaying plant matter such as rotting wood. However, when it finds its way under the skin, such as when a tornado victim is impaled with flying debris, it takes that opportunity to rapidly grow and spread. If untreated, the infection can have a mortality rate of up to 83%, …

    • The Last of Us

      Joel and Ellie must survive in a post-apocalyptic world where a deadly parasitic fungus infects people’s brains in this new PS3 exclusive third-person action-adventure game from Naughty Dog.

      The Last of Us is a third-person action-adventure game, set in a post-apocalyptic world where a deadly parasitic fungus (Cordyceps unilateralis) that infects the brains of ants suddenly adapts to humans and causes a large portion of the human race to turn into monsters, (also referred to as ‘the infected’ or ‘clickers’), leaving the remaining survivors to turn to whatever asset they can to stay alive in this world now overrun by anarchy and desolation.

  11. Interesting to note the “younger” Doug Firs in Oregon. These trees are known for their straight growth, and have been used for high quality and strong lumber.
    It is not hard to count the growth cycle back 2 years when the tree is 10-15 years old.
    A very high % now have serious issues. When the first big radiation clouds came thru, it effected many of the trees ability to track straight up, and you can in the trunk, straight growth…semi-circle…straight growth. It is not actually a semi-circle, as the trees spiral as they grow, but from a side view it appears that way. The other major issue with them has been a trunk split, with one side not growing quite as fast as the other. Not all of the trees have these issues…maybe 20% do.

    • I took photo’s around town of one kind of tree here that leaves have turn brown and just hanging brittle, I post the pic’s tonight, why would all these kinds of trees just up and die ?

      • A lot of pine trees have turned brown around here. Apparently it is worse on the west coast. Pines are more sensitive to radiation than other trees.

  12. I used to live in Mosier and Windsurfed The Gorge for a dozen years. I have seen the trees between Mosier and The Dalles, and the ones in The Dalles that are dying off.
    I wonder if the on-going radiation release from the 3 meltdowns has some sort of synergestic effect with the “contrails”. I also wonder if all this “low-level” radiation is somehow sucking the water out of the plants, or changing the plants internal structure to prevent it from uptaking water. I have seen dozens of plants here with red stems also. I believe that anything pink or red means the green chlorafil has been destroyed. The Gorge is an awesome place, but it sucks way more air thru it than just about any other spot in Oregon, so bad things could very well show up there first. We have really had a cooler/wetter summer here so far, so to see all the stuff turning brown is very concerning to me.

  13. My son and I took a nature walk today at the Patuxent wildlife refuge. The main theme of the walk was FUNGUS. Dead trees and fungi everywhere. And lichen. Lots of mushrooms. Plus the same kind of leaf damage on trees as last year.

    • That is happening in California too, and the Caribbean, Bermuda, Canary Islands, etc. Palm trees are going away almost as fast as pine trees.

  14. Bolivia: Uncontrolled Fussarium fungus attack on banana crops

    There is a fungus that affects two out of every 10 hectares of banana plantations in the tropics, according to data provided yesterday by the regional coordinator of the Phytosanitary Certification Program (PROCEF), Luis Milan. He said that it ensued from other crops such as coca, progresses rapidly and also attacks the papaya.
    Yesterday, producer Carlos Meneses said about the Fussarium fungus that attacks …

    • Wow… really dumb reasons for the increase in fungal infections by the ‘expert.’ Jacksonville is always hot and humid… and all of a sudden people are taking more antibiotics than before?

      • you know what’s hilarious but sad? Last night the nurse came into Bernice’s hospital room and had her ‘swish’ her mouth with tap water to ‘help prevent’ ‘thrush’. while also giving her ginger ale, pudding and ice cream…amongst other things….

  15. Mutated Dandelions – West Michigan 5/14/13-5/17/13

    Jim Prange

    Mutated dandelions that I found in the Grand Rapids, MI area and the Grand Haven, MI area between May 14 and May 17, 2013.

    Between May 1 and May 26, I found and documented about 544 dandelion plants with fasciated flowers, along with over a dozen dandelions showing other kinds of deformities other than fasciation – such as leaves growing from the flower stem, branching, a flower-within-a-flower (aka proliferation) and odd ridges near the base.

  16. Biosecurity Queensland (BQ) yesterday confirmed Panama disease tropical race 4 had been detected for a third time and in a different area at the Robsons’ Dingo Pocket plantation.
    THE Tully banana growers crippled by Panama disease have been dealt another blow after further testing revealed the fungus has spread.

  17. While I am against nuclear power, I don’t think the dandelion should be attributed to it when it is in such a highly polluted place. (I am the ‘owner’ of the dandelion and just happened across it posted here) Not only was it located near the sidewalk that a neighbor sprays, but in 2013 the pollution here went out of control. The paper mill is half a block away from this little plant. It doesn’t appear to be under any regulations anymore since 2013, and the whole town is disgusting with toxic brown or blue pollution that makes it difficult to breathe most days. The geoengineering went crazy that year too. Geoengineering blocking the sun is a huge factor in fungal outbreaks.

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