04/18/2018 / By David Williams

What do you think farms of the future will look like? Will they use soil in the same way that

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04/17/2018 / By Ralph Flores

German researchers have found that woodchip mulching is able to prevent weed growths, depending on the condition. The results of

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04/16/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Do you want your farm or garden-grown fruits to become yummier and juicier? Use organic fertilizer, not chemical-based ones. A

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04/12/2018 / By Ralph Flores

People have given broccoli a bad name for far too long. When these small, green flower heads are on the

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04/11/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Farmers continue to search for alternatives to herbicides to control weeds due to the increase of herbicide-resistant weeds in most

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04/07/2018 / By David Williams

Researchers from the University of Califonia Cooperative Extension (UCOP) have just performed the first long-term detailed study that covered the

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04/05/2018 / By David Williams

There’s something special about a new farm in Kearny, New Jersey. Headed by a former techie turned farmer, Bowery Farming

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04/01/2018 / By David Williams

Nowadays, the use of conventional types of fertilizers is a common practice, as it is seen by most people as

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03/25/2018 / By Tracey Watson

The face of agriculture has changed dramatically over the past century. Instead of working with what nature has provided, encouraging

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03/18/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

In western Kenya, the main economic activity is farming. This has, however, become increasingly difficult an endeavor in recent years

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03/15/2018 / By Mike Adams

As a general rule, anything promoted by the status quo is probably toxic to your mental or physical health. At

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03/14/2018 / By Florence Garrington

Is there anything better than chowing down on food grown in your own backyard? Homegrown produce has distinct flavors that

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03/12/2018 / By Zoey Sky

According to an article From Civil Eats, no-till farming can help revive struggling ecosystems. Jimmy Emmons, a seasoned farmer from Oklahoma, talked

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03/07/2018 / By Jayson Veley

In the eyes of many of the large seed and pesticide corporations, if you don’t buy into the idea that

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