Shredded leaves add nutrients to garden beds, and a lawn mower can help you shred those leaves. Just be careful how many leaves you try to mow at once.
Oct. 26 is National Pumpkin Day, a perfect opportunity to stop and appreciate the multifaceted fun of growing, eating, carving, and even painting pumpkins.
It costs money to operate farm machines, so whether fuel prices are high or low, these five tips can help you get the most mileage for your dollar.
It‚Äôs time to start preparing garden beds for winter, an important process to ensure the beds are ready for planting as soon as temperatures warm back up.
Taking down an old fence line? Those wooden fence posts you’re removing might be salvageable and reusable for other projects.
There are many harvesting tools to help orchardists get hard-to-reach apples from standard-sized trees. Here are a few to consider this apple season.
Growing corn has been one of my most satisfying gardening projects over the last two years. But I‚Äôve learned some lessons I‚Äôll carry forward to next year.
Working efficiently saves time you can spend on other farm projects. Did you know saving 100 seconds per day gains you more than 10 hours per year?
What’s the best way to handle and use loose hay? There are a surprising number of options. Here are four to get you started.
Gathering dried hay by hand and storing it loose is still a viable strategy in the absence of modern equipment, so heed this tale if trouble arises.