Potatoes are pretty much the perfect garden crop to grow in containers, so check out this video to learn how you can grow your own taters in a tub.
For a quick idea of your soil composition and necessary amendments, try this easy, at-home test of your three basic soil elements.
I enjoy our local hummingbirds, but they didn’t like the commercial food I provided. So I found this easy hummingbird food recipe local birds love!
A controlled burn can do a lot of good in a farm’s pasture, but you need to keep things extra safe when doing so. Here are some things to keep in mind.
If you have an opportunity to salvage an old farmhouse sink, you can follow these four simple steps to spruce it up and keep it from a landfill.
If you’ve got scrap sheet metal around, you can put it to use in projects to save material costs. Here’s a cool trick for bending thin-gauge sheet metal without needing a brake.
Fields that look level can sometimes have a significant fall, so use a laser level to determine your best path when managing how water drains on your land.
Create fish habitat with a few inexpensive supplies! Just submerge this artificial tree in a farm pond to provide space for smaller fish to live and thrive.
Have you ever wondered what the numbers on a fertilizer bag mean? The answer is pretty important, as is knowing which numbers your soil needs.
Johnsongrass was originally introduced as a forage crop, but noxious tendencies require careful management. In this video, we look at some weed-control techniques.