The U.S. Senate has announced a bipartisan deal which will prevent states from labeling genetically modified foods in favor of a federal labeling system. Here's what you need to know…
Climate change is outpacing scientists' ability to develop new crops capable of coping with the warming conditions, and unless action is taken quickly to speed up the introduction of improved grains, yields will significantly decrease over the next
Laying hens are for sale. Raise your own ready to lay flock of lady hens... Temperatures are rising and pricing are dropping. Last week the super sale was so successful, Tonopah Rob will be hosting another sizzling summer sale.
Could herbicides be the cause of animal deformities in Argentina? If glyphosate, even in ultra-low doses, can alter gene expression during fetal development, is it possible that the herbicide can also cause severe deformation in animals?
Today, the company is under regular fire for its GMO emphasis – the production of genetically modified foods and seeds. Some studies have shown GMOs cause cancer. Others have not.
Recent interests in food production in urban environments have prompted a re-evaluation of soil safety, economic incentives, and the best practices for urban gardening and agriculture. Urban gardening and recreational areas are constrained by space a
The story is anchored by a working-class, single Mother on a hunt to uncover the cause of her son's mysterious illness. Interwoven are the stories of an Organic farmer, the CEO of a biotechnology corporation, two Scientists on the verge of a major
Greg Peterson, founder of the Urban Farm in Phoenix, AZ, will be talking about self-sustainability, food production in arid climates, Urban Farm U, and a whole host of other farming and planting information.
Natural seed proponents are now Potential Terrorists according to the US Government
A team of researchers at Monsanto believe they might be on the verge of finding a solution to the mysterious drop in honey-bee populations all over the planet, a threat that endangers the world's food supply as a whole.
Societies cultivating crops like wheat and barley may have experienced extra pressure to protect their harvests, galvanizing the creation of warrior classes and the development of complex hierarchies and taxation schemes.
Its a perfect match made in chemical Hell
A group of Nebraska farmers diagnosed with cancer is suing Monsanto, maker of agricultural chemicals and GMO seed.
growing in Mexico , but escaped from Southern gardens and became feral. However, they evidently have not read the De Soto Chronicles. When approaching the town of Chiaha in the mountains, the Spaniards observed large fields of salvia growing along th
Riccardo Spagni (part of the Core Team of Monero) talks about the untraceable and open-source currency - James Corbett (The Corbett Report) provides World News Update, GOP POTUS Circus, Syria, Russia - Greg Peterson (The Urban Farm) provides an updat