Doing rain dances won’t help your farm when it’s suffering the effects of a drought, but planting crops that require less water will.
Whether you are student or teacher, knowing a place and observing the changes over time provides invaluable insights into foraging for wild mushrooms.
Ozone at ground level could be the cause of poor productivity in wild and cultivated plants. Here are the signs of ozone damage to look for.
Pinching mums is not a difficult task, but it is a necessary one. Grow sturdier, stockier and better flowering mums with the simple practice of pinching.
Grape vines in my orchard that are decades old are proving to be resilient and showing signs of life. Here’s how I gave them a second chance.
Planting garlic is only the first step in enjoying this delicious crop. Learn how properly harvesting and drying homegrown garlic can improve its shelf-life
Keeping fields clear of invasive plants is a challenge many farmers face, and those shrubby bushes invading your fields actually might be apple trees.