I’ve decided to grow a Clementine tree in Zone 4 of the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map. But successfully growing potted citrus trees requires a few tools.
April showers bring May flowers, or so the old saying goes. You can never have too many flowers around the farm, and I have ambitions to plant more—many more.
Let me introduce you to three farm tools that are less obvious than shovels and rakes, but nevertheless abundantly useful in their own underrated ways:
April 22 is Earth Day, the perfect day to ponder adding renewable energy sources to your farm. Check out our roundup of renewal energy insights.
A good coat of paint can make extend the life of wooden buildings. But before you start painting, you need to remove old paint that’s peeling or flaking.
The next time you’re working on a fencing project and need posts, why not consider harvesting your own fence posts from the trees on your farm?
If you want to plant apple trees in celebration of Johnny Appleseed Day, we’ve got you covered with a roundup of informative articles on the topic.