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Biodynamic farming is on the rise – but how effective is this alternative agricultural practice?

Posted on Thursday, September 21st, 2017 by

National retailers like Whole Foods are stocking more biodynamic brands, but horticultural critics continue to question biodynamic’s unconventional methods  Apricot Lane Farms is a 213-acre biodynamic and organic farm in Moorpark, California. The farm nurtures 100 different types of vegetables, 75 varieties of stone fruit, Scottish highland cattle, pigs, chickens, sheep, ducks, hens, horses […]

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When in drought: the California farmers who don’t water their crops

Posted on Thursday, May 5th, 2016 by

Dry-farmed quinoa growing at the New family farm in Sebastopol, California There’s something different about Will Bucklin’s grape vines. At first it’s hard to notice, but a drive through northern California’s Sonoma Valley, past waves of green, manicured vineyards, makes it clear. The black ribbon of PVC irrigation pipe that typically threads the vines […]

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