From chia and quinoa to buckwheat and amaranth, ancient grains are being rediscovered, so why not try your hand at growing these highly nutritious pseudo-cereals that are also gluten free,...
Forget environmentally unfriendly microbeads, here's REBECCA SULLIVAN's recipe for a natural face scrub.
Opinion is divided on whether tomatoes benefit from pruning, writes Penny Woodward.
With an El Nino threatening a dry spring, mulching may prove vital, writes JUSTIN RUSSELL.
Fancy a bespoke spade handle? OG reader Alan Tori shows how he made tool handles from a broken pear tree branch.
JUSTIN RUSSELL celebrates 16 years of food growing by sharing his one fundamental principle for gardening success.
As autumn shadows lengthen, JUSTIN RUSSELL says that it's important to analyse the way light falls across your garden.
Is your soil afraid of water? JUSTIN RUSSELL shares tips for combatting hydrophobic soil.
PHIL DUDMAN looks at liquid fertilisers and the important role they play in the organic garden.
Be inspired by the October issue of Organic Gardener magazine, writes STEVE PAYNE.