Organic farmers cope better in drought

“The recent suggestion from Federated Farmers vice president William Rolleston to allow genetically engineered ryegrass into NZ to alleviate the drought is outrageous and factually inaccurate,” says Debbie Swanwick, spokesperson for Soil & Health – Organic NZ. “Rather than going … Read More

Organic NZ in demand in Asia

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The Soil & Health Association of NZ, publishers of Organic NZ, are to launch their publication in South Korea. South Korea has a population of 50 million and is the fastest growing organic sector in Asia. Demand for organics is … Read More

Stanford ‘anti-organic’ study flawed

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“The recently released study by Stanford University questioning the benefits of organic food is flawed and fails to identify some key reasons why people eat organically” says Debbie Swanwick, Spokesperson for Soil & Health – Organic NZ. The study which … Read More

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