Small flocks create big benefits for soil and farm budgets. Two tools from the USDA and Colorado State University help you see them.
Fall is a good time for roots, but proper planting techniques, attention and care are needed to keep the complex underground network healthy and active.
Knowing about the place and the plants and also being prepared are key to collecting wild seeds and later planting them on your property.
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.