• Indoor Farming and the Age of Clean, Healthy Food

    Indoor Farming and the Age of Clean, Healthy Food Fertilizer and pesticides are said to be among the best things to happen to food production, enabling farmers to produce immensely larger yields with less effort, but also protect the produce from any pests. This makes things a lot easier...
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    Organic Foods: What You Need to Know

    Organic Foods: What You Need to Know Organic food has become very popular. But navigating the maze of organic food labels, benefits, and claims can be confusing. Is organic food really better for your mental and physical health? Do GMOs and pesticides cause cancer and other diseases? What do...
  • Who Should Decide if Hydroponic is Organic

    Who Should Decide if ‘Hydroponic’ is ‘Organic’? The USDA is currently considering whether hydroponic crops should be eligible to earn the USDA organic seal. They’ve been eligible to earn that status since 2002. But that could change thanks to a USDA-appointed “Organic Hydroponic and Aquaponic Task Force” that’s making...
  • Organic industry debates necessity of soil

    Organic industry debates necessity of soil. There is a battle going on in the organic industry over hydroponics, the technique of growing plants without soil. The debate gets at the very heart of what it means to be “organic” and may change the organic food available to grocery store shoppers....
  • Making your Organic Kitchen

    Making your Organic Kitchen. We have found up to 25 organic plants that can be regrown – yes, kitchen scraps that would have previously gone into the trash or out to the composting bin now have a chance to start again. You’ll be thrilled to learn that using the base of unused bok...
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    Gurugram Residents Turn Farmers and Sellers with a Community Organic Produce Market

    Gurugram Residents Turn Farmers and Sellers with a Community Organic Produce Market. When residents of Gurugram found themselves unable to procure organic fruits and vegetables, they decided to come together and grow their own. The result is Green Leaf India, which claims to be the country’s first for-residents and...
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    Organic Agriculture and Hydroponics

    Organic Agriculture and Hydroponics. The USDA’s National Organic Program is allowing the certification of hydroponic operations despite the law governing organic agriculture which clearly states that nurturing the fertility of the soil is an integral part of organic management. When food grown without soil is allowed to carry the...
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    Bioponics is a strange hybrid

    Bioponics is a strange hybrid By William Texier – GHE Bioponics is a strange hybrid; it is the encounter of hydroponics with organics, two ways of growing plants that are at the opposite of one another. As most of you probably know, hydroponics is the practice of growing plants...
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    What is Organic Farming ?

    organic farming animal feed health no chemicals biodiversity ecosystem...
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