What’s the best way to transport trees from a nursery to your farm? There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution, because the answer depends on many factors.
Have you ever tried to navigate a long hose through a large garden? It’s not nearly as easy as it sounds. That’s when hose splitters come to the rescue.
After testing a watering wand, I can’t imagine getting along without one, because it readily solved all the problems I faced watering my garden beds.
If the summer weather is hot and dry, you might want to wait before you plant potted trees. And that’s a perfectly acceptable approach.
A three-way hitch adapter saves time and effort by accommodating several types of attachments for machines and implements, no switching required.
Did you know June 6 is National Gardening Exercise Day? It’s a day hobby farmers should be keen to celebrate. Here are some ideas to get you started:
Where a 35-gallon leg tank once met my orchard’s watering needs, I now find it’s more effective to use a dozen hoses to water my plants. There’s a lesson in that for farmers.
Your collection of gardening tools isn’t complete when you’ve covered the basics. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of five less obvious items you need.
Whether you’re repairing a roof or pruning tall trees, consider renting an aerial work platform the next time you need to complete a high-altitude farm job.
Your USDA hardiness zone isn’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to planting what and when, as microclimates can change options considerably.