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Drought and dropping water levels in Spain hit stonefruit and mangoes and spark calls for a plan for food in face of climate change.
To help keep soil covered during hot weather, I am relying on the faithful weeds to do their good work, writes Alys Fowler.
We have already started rationing water according to need and value, with late artichokes being abandoned and cabbages having a restricted supply.
From harvesting rainwater to making sure your soil can withstand heat – here’s how to create a water-friendly sustainable garden over summer.
Every oak sapling, flower garden and hedge, nesting bird and tadpole owes itself to the showers and storms that feed our soil and waterways, writes Nathan Einbinder.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
Find out more about Wicked Leeks and our publisher, organic veg box company Riverford.