Regardless of what size operation you run, it’s easy to overlook certain things when ordering seeds that can have consequences well into the growing season.
In his book, Andrew Mefford highlights multiple methods using no chemicals and minimal equipment that can improve soil management, produce better vegetables and fight climate change.
Big ideas might get people into farming, but little things done day to day on the farm and at farmers markets are what lead to financial success.
Itâ€™s never too late to commit to sustainability around your home and farm. Here are ways you can help save the planet this year.
Many methods exist for starting a garden in what once was grass or pasture without plowing and tilling. Here are several options.
Here are some questions to ask â€” and some facts about the process you might not know â€” to help decide whether certifying as organic is right for you.
To create healthy soil, you must understand the processes at work and how to encourage them in the proper ways and amounts.
Some of the most common mistakes are easy to avoid, but you have to know what they are. Here are some that many new farmers make.
Slower growth as well as fewer weeds and pests makes winter gardening easy compared with summer. Choose some cold-hardy vegetables, set up some protection and get started.
As community-supported agriculture operations get more popular you might have difficulty finding enough members. Here are some ways around that.