Justin Russell investigates a selection of tools and equipment for ambitious gardeners and aspiring market gardens
A review of the import of brassica seed is a threat to small farmers, seed suppliers and our nation's food sovereignty, says Justin Russell.
Converting to organics has given Gary and Angela Spotswood a renewed passion for farming, writes Kyie McGregor.
JACQUELINE FORSTER visits a market garden in the Kanimbla Valley growing organic produce for top Sydney restaurants.
Organic farming has great benefits for wildlife, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
With a feature on permaculture appearing in an upcoming edition of Organic Gardener, editor STEVE PAYNE reflects on how he first discovered the design concept.
Permaculture legend David Holmgren and holistic management guru Allan Savory are sharing their wisdom, writes SIMON WEBSTER.
There’s good news and bad news in the forecasts for this year’s fastest growing industries, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
Seeds are disappearing. In the century leading up to the year 2000, the world lost 75 per cent of the genetic diversity of its agricultural crops, the United Nations Food and Agriculture...
In the September-October 2012 issue of Organic Gardener, SIMON WEBSTER presents the latest research backing many of the predicted risks of genetically modified crops and food.