The bushel gourd and its relatives need time and space to thrive, but, once dried, the wood-like gourd can be used for a variety of purposes.
Shifts in temperature and other climate changes present challenges for growers and farmers, but some folks are working on finding solutions.
Black, indigenous and people of color can now access funding for potential farm projects through BIPOC Farmer Micro-grants offered by the Rodale Institute, which also features programs for veterans and health care workers.
With just a few tubers, you can generate scores of new plants for this year’s garden, so why not make this your year to grow some sweet potato slips?
A Greener World’s regenerative agriculture pilot program places environmental sustainability, animal welfare and human equity issues front-and-center on the farm.
There’s real potential profit in hemp grown for fiber, grain or CBD oil—but there are some serious potential pitfalls, too, starting with your seed supply.
The vibrant black-and-blue butterflies aren’t as common as they once were, but it’s not too late to help pipevine swallowtails by establishing plants for food and shelter.