Readers’ tips about how to build a solar powered food dryer, a straw bale garden, how to deter unwanted garden critters, repurposing and upcycling projects, and more!
Are you new to gardening? Have a hankering to grow your own food but don’t know where to begin? With her tips for successful gardening, the author, Carole Coates, shares gardening secrets to help you be a successful gardener.
At first glance, a military career and farming livelihood may not seem to cross-pollinate. But dig a little deeper and hear the inspiring story of veteran Stepheni Norton, owner of Dickinson Farm in San Diego, and the opportunities for former military to both heal and thrive in the field quickly grow.
I may be proud of the pumpkins I grew this year...but they're nothing compared with the crop planted by the resident squirrels!
Save time and grow a better garden after winter by prepping your garden with these basic steps.
Anyone who hopes to grow their own food should take a moment to consider the history of their seeds.
By Ann Katelyn
During the growing season, mulching is used to retain moisture and contain weeds. During winter when the temperatures at night fall below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, winter mulching in cold climate gardens is one of the best thing you can do for your plants.
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