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Every good gardener who's been at it awhile, knows that success starts in your garden's soil. What's the difference between soil and dirt? Dirt and soil seem like interchangeable terms, but really they're not. Soil has living matter in it--microbes, earthworms, nematodes,...
Did you know the ideal time to prune your fruit trees is in mid- to late winter, before the sap starts to "wake up" from the roots and flows back into the branches? If the tree's already been pruned when...
It's Winter, and many of us are starting to plan our Spring gardens. When funds are limited, however--you may constantly be asking yourself, "What's the best thing to invest in?" Should you shell out for concrete blocks to build raised beds, or...
It's the middle of winter, but you're a gardener all the time. Well, maybe you want to be. So what can you do in your garden in January? There's actually lots of prep work you can get out of the way...
Sweet potato vine plants are a garden delight, whether you're growing it as an ornamental or a food crop. It's easy to grow, nearly pest-free, and looks beautiful most of the year. Sweet potato vine can take the intense heat...
Walking into the grocery store, gas station, or restaurant, one is presented with a wide variety of food and beverage choices, but most don't realize that the majority of brands can be traced back to just 10 major companies....
The first frost date is something that most gardeners view with apprehension, especially when there are green tomatoes on the vine. Will their plants get to produce a decent harvest, or will a cold snap dash all their hopes and...
Have you ever heard of the book Gaia's Garden, by Toby Hemenway? It's the best-selling book about permaculture in the world! It's a classic among permaculture enthusiasts and sustainable living folks, thanks to its practical approach to growing food in...
If you are a woman interested in growing cannabis and want a bond of sisterhood, you might consider joining the weed nuns! Weed Nuns grow cannabis commercially with hand harvest methods where they trim and bless each bud with...
Seedo is the first fully automatic growing device for all types of herbs and it is designed with lazy people in mind. There’s no need for any prior knowledge or experience, Seedo will do all the work for you. Pair...