Hydration: more than water
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
We have all heard we should drink water, but Laura Hett dives into the intricacies of cell hydration that can keep us looking, and feeling, young and healthy. The post Hydration: more than water appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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The benefits of Vitamin Sea
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
As we chase modern life, do we forget the powerful and potent benefits of nature? Simply going to the beach can have profound effects. Zara Adcock explains how the surf, sand, and sun affects our spiritual, mental, and physical health. The post The benefits of Vitamin Sea appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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Blooms for change with Rebecka Bjelfvenstam Keeling
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
Rebecka Bjelfvenstam Keeling is not just a grower and a champion of local seasonal flowers; she is also an educator with a strong commitment to cultivating a greener tomorrow The post Blooms for change with Rebecka Bjelfvenstam Keeling appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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‘Tis the season of bounty: summer gardening tips
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
School holidays, trips to the beach, and a house full of visitors – all great fun – but not so helpful when it comes to finding time for a garden in full swing. Diana Noonan shares labour-saving techniques so you can keep on top of the garden chores while enjoying the summer and the culinary delights it produces. The post ‘Tis the season of bounty: summer gardening tips appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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So let’s talk about GE
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
Pro-GE lobbyists are saying we need to have a ‘mature’ conversation about genetic engineering. Originally they claimed it would solve world hunger, now they are claiming it will mitigate climate change. Philippa Jamieson logically and ‘maturely’ refutes their greenwashing. The post So let’s talk about GE appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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Dispersing the myths of methane
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
Are burping cows really to blame for global warming? Dee Pignéguy delves into the source and cycle of methane to reveal that it is not so simplistic – and there are other culprits that should concern us more. The post Dispersing the myths of methane appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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Insects in your garden: Beneficial or bad?
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
Insects are a vital component of a spray-free garden. But which ones? Duncan Smith describes what various insects do, why you need them, and how to get them. The post Insects in your garden: Beneficial or bad? appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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The wonders of water
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
It’s prolific, peculiar, fundamental, and all too often, unappreciated. Dr Charles Merfield marvels over the properties of banged-up stardust and explains why it is essential to life on Earth. The post The wonders of water appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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Contaminated ground water in New Zealand: The causes of and solutions for nitrate leaching
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
Tests are showing a high percentage of New Zealand’s ground water is contaminated at levels that pose a serious health risk. Rebecca Reider outlines the cause and potential solutions. The post Contaminated ground water in New Zealand: The causes of and solutions for nitrate leaching appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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Elderberry: where and how to grow, maintenance, and uses
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by Meghan Read
1M ago
If a plant should have multiple uses to justify itself, the elder is overqualified. Anna-Marie Barnes describes the uses of this hardy and robust plant that is easy to tuck into every hedgerow or shelterbelt – even if just for the insects and birds. The post Elderberry: where and how to grow, maintenance, and uses appeared first on OrganicNZ Magazine | Soil and Health Association NZ ..read more
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