November/December 2017 issue
- Climate-friendly farming: Ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, by Dr Charles Merfield
- Too hot to handle: Waiheke compost collection, by Diana Noonan
- Balancing the bugs: Organic ‘pest control’ in your garden, by Denise Cox
- Hoverflies for pollination and pest control, by Louise Shaw
- Moon calendar for November and December, by Rachel Pomeroy
Health and food
- Middle Eastern vegan cheese: How to make kishk, by Diana Noonan
- Power-packed veges: Which vegetables you eat and they’re grown does make a difference, writes Gill Bacchus
- Call of the wild: Loving weeds is my true calling, writes Julia Sich
- Fresh and healthy recipes: Vietnamese crêpes and chocolate gingerbread waffles, by Megan May
- An apple a day: GE apple research in NZ, by Dr Michael Godfrey
Farming and horticulture
- Fungi fervour: Biodynamic mushrooms in Northland, by Theresa Sjöquist
Green, gold and organic: Nic Roderick writes about her family’s organic kiwifruit orchard in Te Puke.
- Sheep whisperer: James Samuel visits Jodi Roebuck and Tanya Mercer in Taranaki, who practise restoration grazing.
- Meet the bacteria part 5: Synergistetes, by Dr Tim Jenkins
Building and technology
- Healthier home interiors: Theresa Sjöquist learns about the science of building biology
Editorial, Letters, Competitions, News (including reports on GE, and electro-thermal weeding), Things we like, Book and blog reviews, Organic sector, Soil & Health events and contacts, What’s on
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