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- Women who eat organic foods no less likely to develop cancer, research finds
Million Women Study found avoiding food grown with pesticides made no difference to overall cancer riskWomen who always or mostly eat organic foods are no less likely to develop cancer than women who eat...
- Why it's vital the organic food industry is given room to grow | Ally Fogg
Take it from this mung bean-munching Guardianista organics could solve many of the UK's problems with food poverty and how we eatThe spectre of food poverty continues to cast a shameful shadow across...
- French organic winemaker faces prison for defying pesticide order
Emmanuel Giboulot to appear before judge in Dijon for refusing to treat vines against insect that spreads devastating diseaseA French organic winemaker could face a prison sentence and a hefty fine after...
- Artisan food and urban 'peasants': is this more than just a foodie fad?
City beekeepers, organic co-ops, artisan bakeries Jojo Tulloh's new book looks at the small-scale producers bringing rural skills to the urban environment. Is this the future of food?For the average commuter...
- Nine gardening myths debunked
Burying a cow's horn filled with manure is one thing, but even some of the better known horticultural tips don't stand up to scientific scrutinyIs there a hobby anywhere that's more burdened with folklore...
- Disturbing disappearances in the Rhubarb Triangle
Growers in Yorkshire, the hub of British production, say two unfavourable winters have left early varieties in short supply, writes Michael Leapman.
- 10 inspirational garden seat ideas: in pics
Outdoor seats are not only perfect for resting on, they are design features in their own right - drawing the eye or complimenting your plants. Here are some seating ideas to use in your own garden.
- Slugs: they're back - leaving a trail of slime and devastation
It's possible to see the good in many garden pests - but there's absolutely nothing to be said for the slug, says Amanda Craig
- Gardening group hit by rainfall
Peat and horticultural product supplier William Sinclair blamed "once in a 100 years wet weather" after it fell to a full-year loss.
- Organic food's salad days are over
As the health benefits of organic foods are called into question, Harry Wallop revels in shopping for guilt-free groceries
- RHS welcomes House of Commons report on invasive non-natives
- Ban imposed on sale of non-native water plants
New legislation forbids the sale of five aquatic plants that are not native to the UK in a bid to outlaw invasive species
- Who won the awards this year?
The awards for the RHS Flower Show Cardiff are now out - see which exhibits impressed the judges
- What's new for 2014 at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff
There's lots going on for the 10th year anniversary RHS Flower Show Cardiff so come along and enjoy
- Discover the Show Features at the 2014 RHS Flower Show Cardiff
2014's exciting Show Features share new ideas about wildlife gardening and celebrate Wales's horticultural success.
- Cook Something Yummy with Honey competition - the results!
After much consideration and temptation of taste buds, we’re pleased to announce the winners of our Cook Something Yummy with Honey competition…
- Garden Organic gets royal seal of approval
Garden Organic has had the royal seal of approval with a visit from HRH the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Edible Garden Show in London.
- New web site goes live
You've noticed already! We have a new logo and a new web site. It'll take some getting used to, but we're sure you'll grow to like it.
- Award-winning veggie & vegan street food at Ryton!
Garden Organic is thrilled to announce the opening of a café/restaurant at Ryton Organic Gardens, Warwickshire by local caterers, Fresh Rootz.
- Positive news on Plant Reproductive Materials
We have recently received the positive news that European MEPs have rejected the latest Plant Reproductive Materials proposals. We understand this to mean that new proposals are likely to be re-introduced...