The United States Postal Service has released a collection of beautiful stamps modeled off vintage seed packets.
Landrace gardening promotes hybrid vigor and avoids inbreeding depression by encouraging promiscuous pollination.
The new 'Back to Eden' film, the first-ever documentary devoted to mulch, explores how using wood chip mulch builds soil fertility.
A Jersey girl turned WWOOFer tells the story of her personal experience at Raven Crest Botanicals, an organic farm in upstate New York.
Keeping your garden tools organized can help you be more efficient in your work in the garden.
Landrace gardening requires different plant naming conventions than those followed by industrialized agriculture.
These twelve postcards are from the Garden Patch Series, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons in 1907.
Permaculture methods and greenhouse innovations as told by a WWOOFer at Raven Crest Botanicals, an organic herb farm in upstate New York.
A photo essay showing off the stunning success of landrace gardening on my farm. This success was achieved because I changed my growing methods to embrace one of the key elements of landrace growing; “survival of the fittest."
Taking a new look at non-native invasives, such as wild yams.
Open to the public, the Seed Savers Exchange Conference and Campout is ideal for those interested in sharing seed-saving and gardening experience or learning from the more seasoned and those involved in current plant breeding and propagating research.
I separate the fact from the fiction with use of soluble fertilizers.
Using an old-world technique, Russians are growing their own organic crops -- and it's working.
Joseph Lofthouse, seedsman from Paradise Utah, is now blogging about “Landrace Gardening” on Mother Earth News. The blog is a practical hands-on manual about how to improve crop production by localizing your plants to your unique garden.