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Nettle tea works wonders for plants – but hold your nose | Allan Jenkins

The Guardian

18, August 2019

Mystery $15m Iran shipment exposes Australian-owned firm to sanctions threat

The Guardian

16, August 2019

Lilies that won’t let you down

The Guardian

4, August 2019

If farmers stopped using chemicals on crops, would the bugs take over?

The Guardian

30, July 2019

Gardening tips: plant a hydrangea for summer-long colour

The Guardian

20, July 2019

Country diary: savouring the swish of waves and skylarks' song

The Guardian

18, July 2019

Wide Sargasso seaweed: 5,500-mile algae belt keeps on growing

The Guardian

4, July 2019

In an Impoverished Chilean Suburb, a Recycling Drive Flourishes

NYT

20, June 2019

Pollutionwatch: how farming causes harm to rural air quality

The Guardian

20, June 2019

With Cows, Chickens and Greenhouses, Qatar Takes on Regional Boycott

NYT

18, June 2019

'Like a horror film': vast swarms of flies plague Russian villages

The Guardian

14, June 2019

Dealing with ammonia is an urgent health problem – yet levels are still rising

The Guardian

13, June 2019

Dutch Firm Generates Buzz With Big Fly Larvae Farm

NYT

11, June 2019

With Cows, Chickens and Greenhouses, Qatar Takes on Regional Boycott

NYT

5, June 2019

With Cows, Chickens and Greenhouses, Qatar Takes on Regional Boycott

NYT

5, June 2019

Country diary: the prodigal orchids, returned at last

The Guardian

25, May 2019

How to reuse old compost | Alys Fowler

The Guardian

18, May 2019

Weapons Tests, Stalled Talks Complicate South Korea's Push for Food Aid to North

NYT

16, May 2019

Country diary: quarry spoil is dingy skipper heaven

The Guardian

15, May 2019

Scientists Warn of Grave Impacts From Loss of Natural World

NYT

7, May 2019

Scientists Warn of Grave Impacts From Loss of Natural World

NYT

7, May 2019

Scientists Warn of Grave Impacts From Loss of Natural World

NYT

6, May 2019

Scientists Warn of Grave Impacts From Loss of Natural World

NYT

6, May 2019

North Korea Faces Food Crisis After Poor Harvest, U.N. Says

NYT

3, May 2019

North Korea Faces Food Crisis After Poor Harvest, U.N. Says

NYT

3, May 2019

'It's a groundswell': the farmers fighting to save the Earth's soil

The Guardian

24, April 2019

Country diary: wild flowers continue their spring advance

The Guardian

18, April 2019

Weatherwatch: the new forests helping to clean our atmosphere

The Guardian

8, April 2019

'The perfect storm': Woodside Energy and Siemens invest in Australia's hydrogen economy

The Guardian

7, April 2019

‘Their birthright is being lost’: New Zealanders fret over polluted rivers

The Guardian

4, March 2019

How to feed the world - without killing everything

The Guardian

28, January 2019

Rise of the vegan vegetable: the farmers who shun animal manure | Patrick Barkham

The Guardian

12, January 2019

Gardening tips: plant tangerine tulips

The Guardian

10, November 2018

'Liquid gold': students make world's first brick out of human urine

The Guardian

25, October 2018

May I have a word… about potting trees and dotting i’s | Jonathan Bouquet

The Guardian

29, July 2018

Ground rules: how to keep your soil happy and healthy

The Guardian

29, July 2018

Three pick-me-ups for hanging baskets | James Wong

The Guardian

15, July 2018

Varied Views (Dark, Light, in Between) of Earth’s Anthropocene Age

NYT

15, July 2015

Varied Views (Dark, Light, in Between) of Earth&#8217;s Anthropocene Age

NYT

15, July 2015

Varied Views (Dark, Light, in Between) of Earth’s Anthropocene Age

NYT

15, July 2015

Varied Views (Dark, Light, in Between) of Earth’s Anthropocene Age

NYT

15, July 2015

Varied Menus for Sustaining a Well-Fed World

NYT

10, January 2011

Varied Menus for Sustaining a Well-Fed World

NYT

10, January 2011

Varied Menus for Sustaining a Well-Fed World

NYT

10, January 2011

Varied Menus for Sustaining a Well-Fed World

NYT

10, January 2011

‘Eating Pomegranates’

NYT

11, July 2010

‘Eating Pomegranates’

NYT

9, July 2010

‘Eating Pomegranates’

NYT

9, July 2010

‘Eating Pomegranates’

NYT

9, July 2010

Defining ‘Sustainable’ Palm Oil Production

NYT

6, November 2009

Defining 'Sustainable' Palm Oil Production

NYT

6, November 2009

Defining ‘Sustainable’ Palm Oil Production

NYT

6, November 2009

Defining ‘Sustainable’ Palm Oil Production

NYT

6, November 2009

INTERNATIONAL: Food crisis

NYT

14, April 2008

INTERNATIONAL: Food crisis

NYT

14, April 2008

INTERNATIONAL: Food crisis

NYT

14, April 2008

CUBA: Raul reform

NYT

2, April 2008

CUBA: Raul reform

NYT

2, April 2008

CUBA: Raul reform

NYT

2, April 2008

THE HARD LIFE OF A TARANTULA

NYT

17, May 1987

'A HOST OF GOLDEN DAFFODILS' NEEDS ADVANCE PLANNING

NYT

9, September 1984

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