Why large-scale organic farming would eclipse biodiversity
Without the Green Revolution, human carbon emissions would be 33% higher
Distracted by a mysterious rash of dying bees, researchers may be overlooking a more insidious pollinator crisis.
The boom and bust cycle of shade-grown tropical chocolate
Growing 11,000 heads of lettuce in a space the size of five parking spots
Coffee farms could hold key to forest recovery
Farm fields with bling may be the next big thing in agriculture, if scientists from the University of Bristol have their say.
From corn and castor to sorghum and sweet potato, it seems like almost any crop is capable of running our cars these days.
Faced with bioterrorism, fuel shortages, and a warming planet, where should we turn for solutions: a) religion, b) technology, or c) fungus? By John Weier.
Genetically modified grass could cut greenhouse emissions from cows