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Seed Saving Part 3: Harvesting & Processing Seeds

This article originally appeared in Garden Culture Magazine UK32 & US30. Saving seeds starts with growing and nurturing healthy plants, so the seeds are ripe and mature. The next steps…

Seed Saving Part 4: Storing And Testing

This article was originally published in Garden Culture Magazine UK33 and US31. Seeds, like all living things, have a lifespan. How long they last depends on factors including the seed…

Seed Saving Part 2: Selecting Seeds and Controlling Pollination

This article originally appeared in Garden Culture Magazine UK31 & US29. Our food security begins and ends with seeds. Heirloom and organic seeds, in particular, are under threat with the…

A Guide To Nutrient Dosing Machines

I’m typically a sucker for gadgets and technology—a marketeer’s dream. Despite this, I must concede that I find even the sight of automatic nutrient dosing machines to be somewhat intimidating….

What Indoor Growers Need To Know About Radiant Intensity

As recently as a decade or so ago, indoor growers changed the language they used to describe light intensity. Lux (lumens per square meter) was out; PPFD (micromoles per square…

Industrial Hemp: An American Saga

[one_half]Cultivating Hemp (Cannabis Sativa L.) has provided the people of the earth a sustainable source of fiber for thousands of years. The oldest known human artifact is a piece of…

Healthy Soil & Microbes Make It Rain?

The importance of building healthy soil is greater than organic growing. Even conventional growers are discovering this too. But the idea that organic soil matter will make it rain? Not…

Resident Evil

The longer you live, the more apparent it becomes that man is his own worst enemy. Some, through greed, lust, or an overpowering need to control everything, present the world…

Paul Newman’s Famous Watch Does The Environment Some Good

The article was originally published in Garden Culture Magazine UK26 . James Cox has felt an enormous weight of responsibility ever since selling his watch at auction a little…

A Broken System? Corporatism and Community Rights

Is the world falling apart, or is it waking up? We are confronting systemic racism amid a pandemic and, combined with an unprecedented level of growing financial devastation, it has…

Seed Saving Part 1: The Lost Art of Seed Saving

This article originally appeared in Garden Culture Magazine UK30 & US28 . Ten years ago, at a local gardening group, I heard an elderly gardener extolling the importance of saving…

Magnetic Ballasts: Watts In The Box?

Growers! Sit down—especially if you’re prone to getting angry easily. I’m afraid that I have some frustrating news—for some of you at least. You might want to take the weight…

Sowing Total Control

Seeds seem pretty harmless, and they are for the most part – unless they come from an invasive species that cannot be controlled. Of course, there are also plants that…

What is Food? Changing The World One Bite At a Time

Sometimes, the most familiar things are the most foreign. We have never seen the hydrogen bonds in a water molecule, we do not know the generative origin of electricity or…

Korean Natural Farming and Indigenous Microorganisms

This article was originally published in Garden Culture Magazine US19 & UK21. Creating a good IMO collection is the fundamental principle of successful KNF practice. Microbial soil fauna makes…

Striving For Access to Nutritious, Locally Grown Food For All

Growing up in Jamaica, Jacqueline Dwyer and Noel Livingston remember eating like kings and queens. The warm climate allowed them plenty of fresh, nutritious foods year-round; their plates always displayed…

Is Reusing Potting Soil A Good Idea?

This article is republished from UK Issue 7 of Garden Culture Magazine. It originally appeared under the title, Reusing Your Potting Soil. The idea that reusing potting soil is taboo…

History of Hydroponics, Part I: The Beginnings of Water Culture

Hydroponics, now commonly defined as the soilless growth of plants, has its root foundations in simple observations by early progressive thinkers and tinkerers. Like many scientific discoveries and their evolution…

History of Hydroponics, Part II: The Birth of Hydroponics

Progress with the water culture method of growing plants was slow during the late 19th century. Much of the research further refined the list of elements necessary for soilless plant…

Korean Natural Farming: Feed Ferment To Your Plants

This article was originally published in Garden Culture Magazine US20 & UK23 . If you’re looking to get into a more genuinely organic form of farming, then you are…