Biodiversity is what your yardfarm may need to keep your plants healthy.
This university’s aeroponic garden grows more than 2,640 plants in just 1,200 square feet, and uses 90 percent less water than conventional growing methods. It is used to teach chefs about biodiversity and different flavor profiles of plants.
Crop relatives that grow in the wild are at risk of disappearing due to habitat destruction, invasive species, climate change, and pollution. We need to do what we can to conserve them now because they may be needed in the future.
In the process of producing food, we’ve inadvertently filled our planet with toxic forms of nitrogen. But scientists say we can improve this picture.
Find out what’s going on in the world of seed saving!
Find out why the native bee populations are having such a hard time.
The various incarnations of the sustainable food movement need a science with which to approach a system as complex as food and farming.
Read about how monoculture is counterproductive to sustainable agriculture.
In a hotter, drier climate, today’s weeds may be tomorrow’s dinner.