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Organized twice a year by the North of England Horticultural Society, the Harrogate Flower Show is a chance for nurseries, flower clubs and floristry students from across the country to show off their green thumbs.
From seed to harvest, a guide to help backyard gardeners enjoy one of America’s favorite vegetables.
A startup called Farmiculture plans to create vertical hydroponic gardens in vacant commercial buildings, warehouses and high rises in the downtown area.
It may yield up to a third less crops, according to a study proposing a hybrid with conventional agriculture as the best way to feed the world.
After a successful four-year pilot run helping to raise funds for community-led environmental projects in NYC, online micro-philanthropy platform ioby expands nationwide.
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Hair may work as a pest deterrent, a fertilizer and mulch.
Organic gardener Jordan Laio shares tomato-growing secrets.
One simple tomato plant can boost your beauty and protect your health all summer.
Advocates of the technique say it could provide the low-cost, environmentally-friendly crops the agricultural industry has sought for years.
The infection known as HLB or yellow dragon disease has caused billions of dollars in damage in Florida since 2005.
In response to the dearth of fresh, nutritious food in his community, urban gardener Ron Finley has created an edible garden atop a barren, weed-filled parking strip in South Los Angeles.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.