Andrew Broad warns...A Federal MP has warned there could be food shortages in South Africa if white farmers are allowed to migrate en-masse to Australia.
If you want a more productive vegetable garden, gorgeous perennial and annual flowers, bigger and brighter containers, overflowing hanging baskets, and healthier shrubs and trees – then it's time to use worm castings!
Residents of Virginia will get a free opportunity to become beekeepers with a new program that seeks to save the bee population.
In this video, Jason Bermas of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on the lawsuit regarding Monsanto and Roundup concerning glyphosate that no one in the media is talking about. Plus Walmart has applied for a new patent that will be spying
Farmers are saying the situation they've been presented with is "dire." As they battle the worst drought they've faced in 100 years, farming families in central-western New South Wales in Australia are facing ruin.
next generation of explorers...(Natural News) Aside from having to adjust to an environment that's vastly different from Earth's, future explorers will have to learn how to grow their own food so they can have access to vegetables while they're
Many people with a pioneering spirit are looking for ways to live on their land and make their small farm profitable. You can make money on your homestead, but you have to be willing to work.
A form of rice that could potentially alleviate this devastating micronutrient deficiency, especially in low-income countries in Africa and South-East Asia does, indeed, sound like a panacea. However, despite its recent FDA approval, there remain man
One of the key goals of Republicans is to limit government, end absurd regulations and set farmers free to generate economic abundance across the nation.
Even with the liberalization of the law in 2014, the federal government still prohibits industrial hemp production for commercial purposes.
Chooks (chickens, for non-Australians), ducks, cattle, goats, pigs and horses can all eat the foliage (cattle and goats LOVE it); pigs like the stems and love the bulbs at the bottom of the stem. We eat the bulbs too. Harvested small, they can
The controversy over genetically modified crops has long focused on largely unsubstantiated fears that they are unsafe to eat.
It is hardly surprising that the first thing Bayer did after completing their takeover of Monsanto earlier this month was to announce that they were dropping the Monsanto name, merging the two companies' agrichemical divisions under the Bayer Crop
farm bill - By a narrow 213 - 211 margin, including all undemocratic Dems and 20 Republicans, House members passed a deplorable $867 billion farm bill - a measure only agribusiness, opponents of ecosanity, and anti-social justice advocates could love
...and farmers are raising the alarm. Current members include organic producers, environmentalists and conservationists, consumer and public interest advocates, and a scientist, among others. The board member requirements were designed to ensure repr
Three studies that examined children from very different backgrounds all reached the same conclusion: Prenatal exposure to these pesticides can have a significant long-term adverse effect on a child's brain health, and it doesn't matter if that e
After many years of observation and experimentation, Fukuoka developed a method of growing rice, barley, vegetables and fruit over his small farm with very minimal disturbance of the soil or need for fertilization. He referred to these methodologies
Over 99 percent of animals raised in the USA suffer in CAFOs Exactly what do you believe these CAFO animals eat and drink - natural grass, seeds, fruit and fresh river water? Wrong. If you eat any meat that's not organic, your chances are very
These raised fields provided better drainage, soil aeration and moisture retention: ideal for an environment that experiences both drought and flooding. The fields also benefited from increased fertility from the muck continually scraped from the flo
The results of being "smart" are piling up. US Rejects China's Offer The Wall Street Journal reports China Offers to Buy Nearly $70 Billion of U.S. Products to Fend Off Trade Tariffs.
Mikhail Shlyapnikov, cancer survivor turned quaint Russian farmer and cryptocurrency revolutionary, is well known within the ecosystem. He's about as eccentric as imagined, defiantly taking on his government through the issuance of a proprietary, l
One author of the report, Daniele Mandrioli, said that they found glyphosate in the gut bacteria of rats born to mothers who weren't affected by it, something he believes is remarkable. He pointed out that gut microbiome disruptions have been linke
(Natural News) If you live in the city but you want to start prepping, don't despair. You can start a kitchen garden in your own home, or you can join other preppers and cultivate a community garden.
A billion-dollar industry has sprung up virtually overnight. Cannabis has gone from taboo to big business, and most of it is happening in Canada, a country with 35 million people and big, green ambitions.
Bee populations are drastically declining and scientists can't figure out exactly why. If it's not infections or insecticides, it's cell phones, pollution, and anthropogenic displacement. Exponential urbanization and industrialization, scientis
The fruits and vegetables found to contain the highest pesticide residues among the produce samples are apples, apple sauces, blueberries, grapes, green beans, leafy greens, pears, peaches, potatoes, plums, spinach, strawberries, raisins, sweet peppe
Chamkasem reported that they had detected glyphosate in corn at 6.5 parts per million, while the legal limit is 5.0 ppm.
Under the new rules, which build on existing restrictions and are expected to take effect by the end of the year, three main neonics - imidacloprid, clothianidin, and thiamethoxam - will only be allowed in permanent greenhouses "where no contac
This Greenhouse Invention from Purdue Could Help Address the Global Food Crisis
(Natural News) If you think you really know about organic products and organic certification, prepare to have your mind blown. In this eye-opening Food.news interview, I sit down with Reuven Flamer of Natural Food Certifiers, an organic certifier, to