Leaving garden soil bare can contribute to erosion and the release of carbon into the atmosphere, but planting cover crops can do a lot of good.
Increasing numbers of Americans are receiving mislabeled, international mailers containing seed packages they didn’t order. Here’s what to know and how to respond if you receive one.
With enough lead time, reputable seed sources and a few tips, you can succeed with (extremely!) hot stuff like ghost peppers and Carolina Reapers.
There are a few different ways to put seeds in the ground, but a precision seeder will do so efficiently, ideally and with minimal investment.
Thinking about expanding into online plant sales? With the right preparation, starting an online nursery can be a great way to open up new markets.
Whether it’s heat, light, cold or a little rough treatment, some varieties of difficult seeds simply need some extra coaxing to get started.