All posts tagged with Environment
06/06/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) cancer agency, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), classified glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-06-despite-links-to-cancer-the-eu-proposes-a-10-year-license-renewal-for-key-ingredient-in-monsantos-roundup.html

06/05/2017 / By Earl Garcia

The global herbicide market is poised to grow exponentially in 2022, which in turn may further drive up the already

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-05-cancer-rates-to-explode-as-global-herbicide-market-projected-to-reach-34-billion-by-2022.html

06/01/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

In a classic example of government overreach, federal regulators are now demanding nearly $3 million from a California farmer for

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-01-farmer-faces-2-8-million-dollar-fine-for-plowing-his-own-land.html

05/12/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Onions have been a food staple for over 4,000 years, and with good reason: They’re delicious! The National Onion Association

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-12-freak-snowfall-destroys-100-million-pounds-of-onions-in-idaho-and-oregon.html

05/11/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Good news for all local farmers! The latest United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) survey reveals that there are now

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-11-organic-farming-explodes-13-biggest-growth-since-2008.html

05/10/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Bee populations have dwindled in recent years. Pesticides, parasites, and the disappearance of wildflowers have all been cited as reasons

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-10-save-the-bees-with-these-10-easy-to-grow-flowers.html

05/08/2017 / By Vicki Batts

A new peer-to-peer seed sharing program could turn the agricultural world upside-down. In order to help preserve biodiversity and increase

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-08-seed-sharing-platform-targets-5-dangerous-companies-that-control-more-than-60-of-the-global-seed-supply.html

05/05/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

You can easily grow this blue superfood in your home. Yes, you read that right. The highly-touted “happy food” can

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-05-how-to-grow-blueberries-in-pots-this-summer.html

05/05/2017 / By JD Heyes

You can always tell when a Leftist is losing an argument. They always resort to false accusations of “isms” as

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-05-forbes-hits-a-new-low-claims-non-gmo-movement-is-mired-in-sexism.html

04/26/2017 / By Ethan Huff

A new lawsuit claims that Monsanto, the world’s most evil corporation, has been lying about the nature of its Roundup

http://www.harvest.news/2017-04-26-monsanto-back-in-court-over-misleading-roundup-ads.html

04/24/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Do you have a bare, shady spot in your garden? Or is your terrace facing the wrong side? Though it

http://www.harvest.news/2017-04-24-effortlessly-grow-these-ten-plants-in-the-shade-with-little-to-no-sunlight.html

04/21/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Do you half-jokingly describe yourself as having a “brown thumb”? The evil twin to the green pixies, this description applies

http://www.harvest.news/2017-04-21-10-easy-to-grow-flowers-for-the-beginner-gardener.html

04/20/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Nearly two billion people now depend on imported food for survival, a recent study found. As part of the study, researchers

http://www.harvest.news/2017-04-20-food-scarcity-study-reveals-that-2-billion-people-across-the-planet-depend-almost-entirely-on-imported-food-for-their-survival.html

04/15/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Touted as the “Herb Queen of the Spring” by Mother Earth News, stinging nettle is a nutritious and energy-rich favorite

http://www.harvest.news/2017-04-15-this-often-overlooked-weed-is-ideal-for-delicious-soup-or-tea.html