In perennially dry or drought-stricken areas, homeowners and businesses often turn to drought-resistant landscaping called xeriscaping. Here are xeriscaping plants you can grow and sell.
Doing rain dances won’t help your farm when it’s suffering the effects of a drought, but planting crops that require less water will.
Mosquitoes are tiny but terrible. Learn how they threaten your farm (especially horses) and how mosquito control can prevent them from doing damage.
Using bricks salvaged from a long-forgotten stack that I discovered, I constructed a simple brick walkway leading to a garden. Here’s how I did it.
If you maintain a compost area or container, you’ll find that our common discards often result in uncommon “offspring” or volunteers to assist us.
Bats, butterflies and hummingbirds help in addition to bees and other insects. Learn about native pollinators and what you can do to protect their habitats.
Keeping fields clear of invasive plants is a challenge many farmers face, and those shrubby bushes invading your fields actually might be apple trees.
Shrews share characteristics with bats, snakes and insects. This fascinating animal can tell you something important about your soil diversity.