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Economic recession to blame for first-ever downturn in U.S. organics industry.
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Hot weather is taking its toll on Southern dairy cows by drying up their milk production.
Waylon Lewis gets the scoop from author Michael Pollan on everything from GMOs to Michelle Obama's organic garden.
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Products from genetically modified animals might not be in supermarket aisles yet, but transgenic livestock do reside in barnyards and fish tanks at some labs.
Get the scoop on leaf-burning.
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Large-scale olive production can cause soil erosion and is often chemical intensive, but Nudo uses no pesticides and will soon be certified organic.
By cloning some species' digestive enzymes, scientists hope to make plants that will naturally break themselves down once they’re harvested.
Twenty-three countries now grow biotech foods and fibers—a market worth $6.9 billion in 2007 and projected to rise to $7.5 billion this year.
While it may seem wasteful, many pumpkin chunkin' practitioners' chunking is actually pretty green.
Applegate Farms focuses on farm-to-table transparency, letting customers track their meat's journey online.
Two bills designed to stop outbreaks of food-borne illnesses could mean big trouble for small farms.
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