January/February 2018 issue

• Glyphosate has got to go! Jodie Bruning investigates the controversial herbicide
• Taking the wraps off compostable packaging by Niki Morrell
• Where learning happens naturally by Fiona Dawson of the Farmyard for Early Learners

• Summer gardening with unusual edibles by Denise Cox
• Slow-release watering: Olla pots in your garden, by Sharon Stevens
• Moon calendar for January and February by Rachel Pomeroy

Health and food
• Ravishingly raw by Denise Cox, including chocolate chilli cheesecake and other raw recipes
• Hazelnut cacao slab by Megan May
• Natural beauty by Sheryn Clothier

Science Watch
• Vaccines – miracle or mirage? by Dr Michael Godfrey

• Organics is where the business is: Theresa Sjöquist profiles PK Group

Farming and horticulture
• High country honey: Rachel Rose profiles TranzAlpineHoney
• Tiritiri Estate: 18 years of boutique wine production, by Duncan Smith
• Meet the bacteria part 7: Bacteria and the nitrogen cycle, by Dr Tim Jenkins

Building and technology
• Electric vehicles: Viva la revolución! by Joseph Dougherty

Soil & Health news
• The coolest tangi: Soil & Health member Malcolm Murchie’s natural tangi, as told to Moko Morris

Editorial, Letters, Competitions, News, Book reviews, Things we like, Soil & Health news, Soil & Health contacts, What’s on

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