Read how Heirloom Gardener’s editor-in-chief learned to love perennial crops when his family chose to grow one particular type of rhubarb.
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Urban agriculture plans will help Paris, France, become a more resilient and environmentally-friendly city by the year 2020.
New studies show that glyphosate is a probable human carcinogen and that high levels of the chemical exist in common household products.
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The 2016 “National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard” sets national guidelines for labeling GM ingredients; however, many believe the guidelines are too obscure.
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Kew Garden’s “State of the World’s Plants” report provides fascinating insight about the modern understanding of plants.
By Oscar H. Will III
Heirloom Gardener’s Editor-in-Chief, Oscar H. Will (Hank), reflects on seed catalogs that he enjoyed reading as a child during long, North Dakota winters.
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