September/October 2017 issue
- Jersey Girls: Local, organic A2 milk, by Alice Bulmer
- Happy pigs: Raising pigs organically, by Sheryn Clothier
- Seed people: Profile of Setha’s Seeds, by Bridget Freeman-Rock
- Simple spring gardening, by Denise Cox
- Growing celery – worth the effort, by Mike Bradstock
- First steps in biodynamic gardening, by Rachel Rose
- Moon calendar for September and October, by Rachel Pomeroy
Health and food
- How to make vegan cheese: Diana Noonan introduces us to tofu misozuke
- Bostock Organic Kitchen: Café profile by Sarah Cates
- Nature’s medicine cabinet: Herbal antibiotics, by Sandra Clair
- GE potatoes – have we had our chips? By trustees of Physicians and Scientists for Global Responsibility
Farming and horticulture
- The nitrogen solution: Farming for planet and profit, by Dr Christine Jones
- Meet the bacteria, part 4: Proteobacteria, by Dr Tim Jenkins
Building and technology
- Passive solar design: Lessons learned from the Solabode, by Mark Fielding
Editorial, Letters, Competitions, News, Soil & Health advocacy and update, Organic sector, Book and blog reviews, Soil & Health contacts, What’s on
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