CAP THE GENE SPILL from NO GMO on Vimeo. It’s been a year since we started watching BP’s oil spew into the Gulf day after day. Although that’s been plugged and cleanup is underway, a more insidious form of pollution continues without containment, with much longer term consequences. You might think I’m talking about Fukushima’s nuclear [...]
“The greatest change we need to make is from consumption to production, even if on a small scale, in our own gardens. If only 10% of us do this, there is enough for everyone. Hence the futility of revolutionaries who have no gardens, who depend on the very system they attack, and who produce words [...]
What is Trichoderma? Trichoderma is a naturally occurring genus of soil fungi which has been known to possess bio control qualities against a number of plant pathogens since the 1920s. While there are a number of plant-associated microbes, both fungi and bacteria which are strongly beneficial to plants, none has been more intensively studied than [...]
Our main man Hydroguy is back with the next installment of his guide to finding your way around a grow store. This time he’s casting his critical eye over bloom boosters and stimulants. This is going to be interesting reading! As always, Hydroguy is not shy about expressing his opinions – and who are we to cramp his style?
Mycorrhizae experts Mike Amaranthus and Josh Eagan give us the low-down on how mycorrhizal fungi behave in a non-soil environment, and how hydroponic growers can use this special root fungus to improve plant quality and yields.
Something doesn’t quite add up about genetically modified (GM) foods. Governments and supreme courts have sanctioned the patenting of life itself. The planet’s food supply is becoming increasingly dominated by fewer and fewer players. What can we do?
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