How sheep wool is helping vineyard make better wine

From Welsh, a farmer’s novel idea to help deter pests from eating allotment vegetables could help kickstart a revolution in the Welsh wine industry. Wool fleeces are being put down on grapevines at one north Wales vineyard after they were found to cut the need for chemicals and improved fruit quality. After a small-scale trial, […]

5 ancient crops that resist climate change

Extreme weather conditions such as prolonged droughts and above average temperatures are jeopardizing our ability to meet our food needs. The crops on which we rely most in the world are rice, wheat and corn, used for many purposes, first of which is to feed human beings. But cultivating only three types of crops extensively […]

What does organic wine mean?

Everyone speaks about “organic”, but do you really know what this word means and implies? It is a matter of fact that the “organic trend” is continuously increasing and the coming of the pandemic has just accelerated and directed the consumers’ purchasing behaviour towards organic products. People pay a lot of attention to what they […]