Organic NZ Magazine 2000

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November/December 2000

FEATURES
Certenz:
Friend or Foe? – Charles Merfield, Malcolm Linn, Seager Mason, Meriel Watts
Pesticide Report – Meriel Watts
Consumer Power – Meriel Watts
From Seaweed to Lavender – Rowan Metcalfe
New Zealand Supermarkets – Alan Marston
European Reflections – Brendan Hoare
Organic Jewel of the South Pacific – Dee Pigneguy
Heard on the Grapevine – Andreas Welte
Joint Venture into Vines – Valerie Cowperthwaite
Viticulture at IFOAM – Andreas Welte
Growing Bananas – Dee Pigneguy
Stay as Young as You Are – Eileen Evans
Growing Organic Tomatoes – Denise Mark

COLUMNS
North Island Gardening – Kay Baxter
South Island Gardening – Pat Wright
Further South Island Gardening – David Prosser
Our Insect Allies – John Early
Notes from my Garden – Dee Pigneguy

September/October 2000

FEATURES
Prince Charles Speaks for the People – Dr Mae-Wan Ho
Aotearoa Organic Development Programme 10 Seed Savers and Sources
Pesticide Report: Agricultural Chemical Trespass Bill and 2,4-D and Parkinson’s Disease – Meriel Watts
Xenotransplantation Blues – Dr Sean Weaver & Dr Tony Raizis
The Inedible becomes Unprofitable – Christine Dann
Fast, Frozen and Organic – Paul Smith
Lovers of the Soil – Frederick Kirschenmann
Going Bananas – Marianne kelly
To be a Vegetarian – Dr Rosemary Stanton
Starvation and Politics – Devinder Sharma
36 Sustainable Exercise – Eileen Evans
Ashburton Winter Wastefest – Mark Hill
Raising 500 – Norrie Pearce
COLUMNS
Nasturtium – Pam Blowers
North Island Gardening – Alexia Mosedale
South Island Gardening – Pat Wright
Further South Island Gardening – David Prosser
51 Our Insect Allies – John Early
Notes from my Garden – Rowan Metcalfe

July/August 2000

FEATURES
Organics 2020 Conference
Soil & Health’s Regional Food Economies Scheme – Brendan Hoare
Pesticide Report: Feeding the World Without Poisons – Meriel Watts
The “Dangers” of Organic Food and Agricultural Practices
Genetically Engineered Trees – Sean Weaver
The Importance of Taste – Dr Rosemary Stanton
Dealing with Caterpillars – Tim Marshall
Avocados: Pears from Paradise – Tim Wallings
Certenz: Threat to Organics? – Valerie Cowperthwaite
The Search for the Ultimate Organic Standard – Christine Dann
Breast Cancer and Electromagnetic Radiation – Dr Neil Cherry
Brain Power – Eileen Evans

COLUMNS
North Island Gardening – Kay Baxter
South Island Gardening – Pat Wright
Further South Island Gardening – David Prosser
Enquire Within – David Prosser
Our Insect Allies – John Early
Notes from my Garden – Pat Wright

May/June 2000

FEATURES
Organic 2020 Conference
Pesticide Report: The Principle of Minimum Harm – Meriel Watts
Fluoride Fantasy – Carolyn Enting
Committed to Organics – Margaret Jones
Towards a Sustainable Agriculture – The Living Soil (Pt 2) – Lady Eve Balfour
Industrial Hemp – Pat Wright
Growing Potential – Paul Smith
Dairy Farms in Transition – Neil Macgregor & Alan Palmer
Community Supported Agriculture – Joe Polaischer
Why Farm Co-operatively? – Susan Davidson
The Face of Organic Farming – Marianne Kelly
Varroa Mites: Another Biosecurity Bomb – Haikai Tane
We are the Problem – David Suzuki
The Cracks are Appearing – Claire Davies
In Good Company – Russell Simmons, Prue Younger Lynne Hindle, Paul Smith Suicide Seeds – Pesticide Action Network
Asthma – Eileen Evans
A Nice Cup of Tea – Steve Diver
Organic Trends in Europe – Mark Hill
Agent Orange and Diabetes – Meriel Watts

COLUMNS
North Island Gardening – Kay Baxter
South Island Gardening – Pat Wright
Further South Island Gardening – David Prosser
Our Insect Allies – John Early
Notes from my Garden – Rowan Metcalfe

March/April 2000

FEATURES
Organic 2020 Conference
Pesticide Special Report: Endocrine Disruption – Meriel Watts
Hitting a Moving Target – Dr E. Ann Clark
It’s All in the Name – Brendan Hoare
Rabbiting On – Brendan Hoare
Seeds: Saving and Sharing – John Massey
Not so Natural – Paul Smith
Growing Medicinal Herbs: Echinacea Explosion – Paul Smith
Limits to Growth – Lawrence Woodward, David Fleming & Hardy Vogtmann
An Organic Certification Scheme for Local Market Suppliers – Chris May
Food Allergies – Eileen Evans
Stop Fluoride Campaign – Mary Byrne
Vivisection: Indispensable for Intensive Animal Farming – Phil Clayton
New Chair for BIO-GRO – Brendan Hoare

COLUMNS
Notes from my Garden – Hilaire Campbell
North Island Gardening – Kay Baxter
South Island Gardening – Pat Wright; Further South Island Gardening – David Prosser
Our Insect Allies – John Early

January/February 2000

FEATURES
Pesticide Report: The MAF Pesticide Report – MAF’s Toxic Spraying – Meriel Watts
The Rise of the Mud and Muck Boys – Paul Smith
Wastewater on Australian Organic Vegetables – Dick Copeland
Towards a Sustainable Agriculture: The Living Soil – Lady Eve Balfour
The Natural Step: The Meaning of Sustainability – Paul Smith
Monsanto and The Natural Step revisited – Paul Hawken
Phoenix tackles Sustainability for Business – Rachel Brown and Hardy Vogtmann
The Many Faces of BHU – Haikai Tane, Holger Kahl, Brendan Hoare, Bob Crowder, Rex Verity, Dr Bill Kain
Plant and Fungal Protection in Ecological Viticulture – Andreas Welte
One Bird – Ten Thousand Treasures – Mae-Wan Ho
The Power of Words and Images – Eileen Evans
More Compost Musings David Prosser
BIO-GRO Farmer in Parliament – Brendan Hoare

COLUMNS
Notes from my Garden – Ada Reynolds
North Island Gardening – Tamzin Blair
South Island Gardening – Pat Wright
Our Insect Allies – John Early