It’s a mast year for acorns, but why we don’t eat these nuts? Zach Loeks set out on a longboard to find the sweetest oaks with hopes of planting more trees with better flavor.
What’s the best way to transport trees from a nursery to your farm? There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution, because the answer depends on many factors.
If the summer weather is hot and dry, you might want to wait before you plant potted trees. And that’s a perfectly acceptable approach.
This DIY obelisk trellis is simple to construct and perfect for supporting top-heavy sunflowers, zucchini, morning glories and more.
The next time you’re working on a fencing project and need posts, why not consider harvesting your own fence posts from the trees on your farm?
If you’re interested in grafting apple trees, choosing the right rootstock is a critical step. Here are four things to consider when buying apple rootstock.
A combination pole saw and pruner is the perfect tool for trimming high tree branches without need for a ladder. There are many ways it can be put to use.
Shredded leaves add nutrients to garden beds, and a lawn mower can help you shred those leaves. Just be careful how many leaves you try to mow at once.