Organic seeds, by nature of unassisted growth, have to adapt in order to survive, developing resilience they can pass along to descendants. That’s a great reason to start you garden with organic seeds!
The food you purchase might seem healthy and humanely raised, but take a closer look at what some of those “eco-friendly” labels really mean.
Just because the weather is getting cool doesn’t mean your gardening chores are finished. Don’t miss this important step in maintaining garden health.
Photo Courtesy of Nature & More Vokert Engelsmann, Nature & More founder, is thrilled with this new development. A Dutch scientific institute, Wageningen University & Research Centre, investigated the fundamental sustainability accomplishments of organic agriculture and found that organic agriculture, in most cases, performs better than non-organic agriculture. According to the December 7, 2011 report, […]
Consumers seemingly can’t get enough organic, farmers aren’t producing enough organic, and consumer-advocacy groups are questioning the organic label’s integrity.
This beautiful book delves into the lives and stories of real organic farmers with personal haunting, vintage-like photos and vignettes written by the farmers themselves.