Avoid expensive organic fertilizers with these suggestions for lower-cost options.
I separate the fact from the fiction with use of soluble fertilizers.
A reader inquires about the best fertilizer to work on anything you might grow.
A soil fertility expert shares his advice on using wood ashes as garden fertilizer.
Human hair contains significant amounts of nitrogen and makes a great replacement for traditional fertilizers.
Introducing Alpaca-Gold, a new company producing 100% all natural, organic Alpaca fertilizer.
I keep a kit of handy garden supplies waiting in my car, so I can head straight to the garden and take advantage of as many sunlight hours as possible right after work.
Tips on how to compost, what is composting and reasons why you should compost.
Landrace gardening allows us to minimize fertilization by selecting for plants that thrive in the pre-existing soil.
Ways to fertilize organically without breaking the bank.
If you've added too much nitrogen fertilizer to your garden this expert advice can help you figure out how to correct the mistake.
Expert advice on best organic fertilizer options for new apple trees and grape vines.
Expert advice on adding single nutrients, such as Epsom salts, to your garden and house plants.
Life with goats, sheep, cows, chickens and other livestock isn't all roses. Publisher Bryan Welch considers the value of finding and keeping the right partner for tackling life on the farm, goose poop and all.
Do you know about the magic of milk and molasses in improving your garden? Yes, plain old milk of any kind – whole, 2%, raw, dried, skim or nonfat – is a miracle in the garden for plants, soil and compost. Molasses only boosts the benefits! Let’s see how and why they work.
Explains the benefits of organic fertilizers such as rock phosphate, kelp, fish meal and greensand, and tells you how to get buy these materials at reasonable prices.
Ellen Sandbeck, who has nearly a quarter century of experience as the Head Worm Wrangler of Laverme's Worms, writes about how to make and run a homemade vermicomposting bin.
Eggs aren't the only things that come from the business end of a chicken. But with a little time and materials, and even less ingenuity, the rest can set you up with a free and steady supply of valuable organic fertilizer.