With the right "push-pull" planting combos, African farmers can ward off pests, fertilize crops, feed animals, and even withstand drought.
The good news? Sustainably raised beef is less likely to contain poop or drugs.
What can we say? We love our lawns!
Paul Dobbins' farm needs no pesticides, fertilizer, land, or water — we just have to learn to love seaweed.
In the U.K., scientists find one variety of the widely used seed-coating pesticide can harm domestic honeybees -- more cause for a cautious approach.
A new study compares the global warming potential of different beef production practices.
Costa Rica has set an ambitious goal for itself: To be entirely carbon-neutral by 2021. But it’s really not that crazy.
The real problems with a controversial, retracted study weren't about the science but about respect for the subjects' values.
Irrigation water appears to be a major loophole in the USDA's organic food safety program.