The scientists behind the controversial study that linked GMO-fueled herbicides with sickness in lab rats have also now published some of their data.
We don't have to understand every detail of the amazingly complex soil microbiome. We just have to feed it right, and it might work wonders.
A new documentary, Dryland, illustrates the brutal logic of rural depopulation. But the process isn't inevitable.
"Linux For Lettuce," a writer's account of the movement to counter seed patents with open source licenses, gets to the root of a growing problem.
"A Farm Dies Once a Year" offers an unretouched look at growing up on an iconic organic farm -- along with some hope for the movement's future.
Roundup is losing potency as weeds evolve resistance. Seed companies want to move to other herbicides. Is farming stuck in a spray-rinse-repeat cycle?
A new White House program doesn't have a lot of muscle behind it, but at least it acknowledges the problem of declining pollinator populations.
All-natural Cheetos? Natural butter flavor granules? The natural food label is pretty much meaningless.
With Monsanto and anti-GMO activists sharing a stage, you might expect fireworks, or illumination, or even both. Instead, this event was almost chummy.
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