The early Mesoamericans knew about biochar for soil fertility. Learn how this ancient soil amendment can promote soil building in gardens today.
Knowing at what temperature various crops will die, and watching weather forecasts will help us act in time to save our crops.
Revisiting the Ruth Stout's deep mulching system for soil fertility and reduced work in your garden.
How to propagate Heliconia, Gingers, Bamboo, Monstera, Philodendron, and Hibiscus with lots of photo's and tips.
Our aim was to create community as well as share our excess produce. Three years later, more than 60 people bring excess produce from their gardens, plants, seedlings, cuttings and seeds, along with useful household items like newspapers, books, jars and containers.
Implementing practices learned from authors and gurus can be helpful, but must also be rooted in a deep sense of place.
How you prune your grapes determines how well the plants overwinter as well as produce the following year.
The author visits two farms with different missions but both use eco-friendly practices on a daily basis.
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