05/17/2018 / By Vicki Batts

After much fanfare, a state appeals court has ruled that California can list glyphosate as a carcinogen — and that

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-17-appeals-court-ca-can-list-the-herbicide-glyphosate-as-a-carcinogen.html

05/16/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Powdering milk is a convenient way to preserve the milk you get from your homestead. Not only does this save you

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-16-a-step-by-step-guide-to-making-your-own-powdered-milk.html

05/15/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Deep-sea trawling is not worth the fish hauled back to port. In an article from Mongabay, U.K. researchers said the technique did far

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-15-study-deep-sea-trawling-is-extremely-destructive-for-fish-populations.html

05/14/2018 / By Janine Acero

Composting is known to be an environment-friendly practice of waste disposal. However, one study published in Science Advances suggests that

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-14-the-need-to-carefully-cull-compost-research-suggests-microplastics-may-be-entering-freshwater-and-soil-from-contaminated-compost.html

05/14/2018 / By Tracey Watson

The stated mission of the US. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is to protect both human health and the environment, ensuring

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-14-environmentalists-court-to-reverse-epa-approval-of-dow-chemicals-toxic-pesticide-enlist-duo.html

05/11/2018 / By David Williams

Traditional farming methods have their perks, but now that viable alternatives such as aquaponics exist, some people consider them entirely

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-11-7-reasons-why-you-should-start-building-an-aquaponics-garden-now.html

05/11/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

So far, it’s been pretty easy to avoid consuming genetically-engineered food. Buying organic and looking out for Non-GMO Project verification

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-11-were-just-a-hop-skip-and-jump-away-from-buying-and-consuming-genetically-engineered-food.html

05/10/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Food waste is a serious problem all around the world. On average, at least a third of all food production

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-10-researchers-explain-opportunity-food-loss-to-prevent-food-wastage-our-food-choices-have-resulted-in-tons-of-food-wasted-every-day.html

05/09/2018 / By Mike Adams

If you think you really know about organic products and organic certification, prepare to have your mind blown. In this

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-09-surprising-things-you-never-knew-about-the-organic-industry-an-interview-with-reuven-flamer.html

05/08/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Researchers continue to search for fertilizers that are more efficient and affordable. One study, published in the journal Applied Materials and

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-08-graphene-could-make-fertilizer-more-efficient-affordable-and-environmentally-friendly.html

05/08/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

India’s High Court just took a stand against Monsanto and rejected patents for its genetically modified cotton seeds, Bollgard and

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-08-is-monsanto-exiting-india-after-ruining-farmers-lives-there-for-over-twenty-years.html

05/07/2018 / By Ralph Flores

People who have prepared beets know of the horror mess it can cause: It can turn a spotless kitchen into

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-07-one-of-natures-best-multi-vitamins-beets-are-full-of-nutrients.html

05/07/2018 / By David Williams

As the movement for more widespread adoption of “clean meat” begins to pick up speed, many different questions need to

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-07-what-defines-clean-meat-and-why-its-a-sign-of-things-to-come.html

05/03/2018 / By David Williams

It’s well-understood that most plants rely heavily on the condition of the soil on which they are planted, and that

http://www.harvest.news/2018-05-03-new-soil-science-study-shows-how-plants-release-specific-metabolites-that-enrich-productivity.html

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