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Heirloom Tomatoes and Monsanto: Maybe Not the Most Natural Hybrid

Heirloom seeds are awesome, right? They produce tastier, more varied vegetables and have been handed down for generations because they are particularly suited to local growing conditions. Civil Eats points out Scientific American's recent article attempting to debunk these beliefs. Could it be th...

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Tags: Biodiversity, Diversity, Engineering, Food, Garden, Genetic, Health, Monsanto, Vegetable
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Fruit and Vegetable Wash Products: An Investment in Safety or Waste of Money?

The past several years have seen an increasing number of food scares. It used to be that vegetarians could feel pretty safe during the latest E. coli panic from undercooked hamburger, but the contaminated spinach from a couple years ago brought the interconnectedness of our agricultural system ho...

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Tags: Cleaning product, Diy, Fruit, Organic, Rinse, Vegetable, Wash
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Donating from the Bounty in Your Backyard

Recently we wrote about those that have a backyard you're not cultivating, asking you to consider sharing your backyard with someone who has a green thumb but no where to plant. What about those of you who are growing fruits and vegetables on your land, but are unable to use everything you grow?...

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Tags: Charity, Donation, Food pantry, Fruit, Gardening, Vegetable, Yard
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