Veganic Agriculture Network

Promoting plant-based farming and gardening throughout North America

Most recent articles

Most recent articles

Mulch total - Der Garten der Zukunft

Thursday 3 April 2008
Long time gardener Kurt Kretschmann has focused his experiments on mulching techniques. He uses exclusively plants-based mulches for his fertilization. Among his observations are increased soil activity (i.e. earthworms), and better water retention. The book also includes wise observations and (...)

Ruth Stout’s Garden

Monday 31 March 2008
This video presents Ruth Stout’s approach to gardening: putting hay on the ground, and then planting through it. That’s all! No soil work, no weeding, no watering, no fertilizer!

The Synergistic Garden

Emilia Hazelip
Monday 31 March 2008
Emilia Hazelip presents the approach she developed based on permaculture and Masanobu Fukuoka’s principles of natural farming. She explains that her method improves soil life by using permanent beds, by keeping the ground permanently covered using mulches, and by planting together different (...)

Veganic gardening – The Alternative System for Healthier Crops

O’BRIEN, Kenneth Dalziel
Sunday 23 March 2008
This book describes a specific growing system that uses no animals products. Three types of vegetable compost are also presented to respond to the needs of certain plants.

Edible & Useful Plants for a Healthier World

Sunday 23 March 2008
Written by the founder of the organisation Plants For a Future, this book presents an amazing diversity of plants and their uses, from eating to clothing, from curing to painting. Particular attention is given to perennial plants.

The humanure handbook, A Guide to composting human manure

Sunday 23 March 2008
The bible for composting human manure. Learn about the planet situation, research about composts, methods for composting humanure, overview of differents compost toilet, etc...

Permaculture – A Beginner’s Guide

Sunday 23 March 2008
All the concepts and principles of permaculture are simply and clearly explained. This booklet is filled with drawings which are worth a thousand words!

A lower ecological footprint

Sunday 23 March 2008

Veganic agriculture encourages techniques that are environmentally sustainable, and that reduce CO2 emissions.

Save time and land

Sunday 23 March 2008

Compared to farms that produce their own fertilizer by using animals, maintaining fertility through plant-based techniques can save time and increase the amount of usable land.

Protecting animals

Sunday 23 March 2008

For farmers and gardeners who are interested in animal protection, veganic growing is a perfect way to combine your ethics with your agriculture, since this system of growing food does not use any pesticides or animal products.

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