You can make unlimited amounts of sterile potting soil with this recipe and a gas grill. This guide shows you how.
You’ve decided to keep chickens in the backyard. Congratulations! One of the first questions you face is how many do you need? Here’s how to decide …
Can chickens eat weeds? Absolutely! Feeding chickens the right kind of weeds can reduce the amount of money you pay for chicken feed and give you healthier chickens.
I’ve been using Neptune’s Harvest Liquid Fertilizer for 10+ years. So I can tell you without a doubt, it provides a fast acting boost for your plants. Here’s my review of the product.
Pruning tomato plants is all about focusing plant sugars to get bigger or more tomatoes. Read about how to prune tomato plants so you get what you want.
Kids like winter grown carrots more than candy. Hard to believe, I know. Here’s how to grow carrots in winter using unheated hoop houses.
I’ve been using tumbling compost bins for over 10 years. There are advantages and disadvantages to using a tumbler over a compost pile on the ground.
Strawberries plants stop giving in the 4th & 5th years. Transplanting daughter strawberry plants can let you continue to harvest after the original plants stop giving.
I’m in a unique position to review Rain Reserve downspout diverter kits for rain barrels because I’ve used one for 10+ years. Don’t make the same mistakes I made. Read my review.
Why grow cucumbers in a hoop house? There are two main reasons: First, cucumbers are heat loving plants, and a hoop house lets you plant sooner and grow longer than growing outside. Second …
How much water does your garden need? It depends on these 4 factors: soil type, plant needs, air temp & humidity. Sandy soil needs more water. Mulch can reduce water needs dramatically.
I’ve been growing blueberries forever. I’ve learned a lot during that time. Here are all the things I wish I knew when I started, including how to plant, feed, water, pollinate, pick and otherwise grow blueberries.
Everyone is asking can you plant potatoes in fall? That’s because there are many advantages to planting in the fall instead of planting in spring. Here’s what you need to know …