Mulch can improve garden soil and also limit weeds. Here are a number of materials that make good mulch, their pros and cons, and where you can get them.
Timing, type and source of cover material, and letting go of certain preconceived ideas factor into establishing a no-till garden that works for your circumstances.
In his book, Andrew Mefford highlights multiple methods using no chemicals and minimal equipment that can improve soil management, produce better vegetables and fight climate change.
Nurseries are beautiful places, but they can be very confusing when it comes to fertilizer. Here’s how to make the best choices for the plants in your container garden.
Many of these items can go in your compost, but spot application where they are most needed in your soil can provide more benefits to your plants.
If you’ve tried a no-till garden before without success, perhaps you didn’t try the right method. Here are several options for achieving a no-till garden.