Learn how to replant a tree by cutting off a healthy branch from your damaged tree and replanting it to grow a new tree. Originally published as "How to Reclaim a Storm-Damaged Fruit Tree the Easy Way" May June 1978 MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
Use cleft grafting to start a one-tree apple orchard.
Wiped out by blight in the early 20th century, resistant hybrids of the American chestnut tree are making a comeback. Their rapid growth and productivity make them an excellent addition to any homestead. Originally published as "Chestnuts: How to Grow an American Classic" in the February/March 2010 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
These tomato growing tips will help your plants thrive and produce delicious tomatoes.
Beautiful dahlia flowers come in almost any color imaginable, from pale pastels to vibrant shades. Learn to grow dahlias — from planting tubers to beautiful blooms.
Living in a cold climate with a short gardening season does not mean that you can’t grow tomatoes without a greenhouse.
Learn the best methods for obtaining and using vegetable garden mulch, as well as the many benefits of mulch. Originally published as "Priceless...and Free" in the June/July 1998 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
A former public high school teacher, Matt Powers authored the first government-accredited permaculture curriculum in North America. This interview explores permaculture standards with an industry leader.
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