After the season’s bees and butterflies have gone, why not transform those dried-up milkweed stalks into handmade paper? Here’s how to make some of your own.
Keeping a healthy compost pile is about more than tossing scraps and clippings. Here are some tips for composting right for a beneficial pile.
Be prepared to see increasing changes both in weeds we fight, such as poison hemlock and poison ivy, and in the crops we grow.
Eliminate natural and manmade stresses to put your hens at ease and to ensure consistent laying. Here are some pointers for cutting stress in the chicken coop and run.
Resulting in painful blisters, dark spots and even scarring, the sap from certain plant species can trigger ‘phytophotodermatitis.’
Planning ahead for a potential emergency is the best medicine for your farm or homestead. Here’s where to start when getting ready for the unexpected.
Better for the environment and easier on the farmer, electric tractors bring cost savings, reduced maintenance needs and flexibility to growers of all sizes.
You can propagate black raspberries or other brambles easily. Try tip layering or simple soil layering to multiply your plant stockāand next year’s harvest.