For some jobs, using a broadcast spreader to seed fields can be ideal, offering good seed-to-soil contact and a quick timeframe to get the job done.
Saving tomato seeds is cost-effective and preserves heirloom qualities from one harvest to the next. Here's how to do it.
Weeds and unwelcome plants are just a part of growing, but you can spot spray this natural, homemade herbicide to kill growth that threatens your garden.
Building a DIY rain barrel and drip line system for your garden or small farm is an easy and economical way to irrigate your crops.
Tomato plants need support to keep them upright and off the ground, but you can use the Florida weave system to lift your tomatoes, preventing rot, disease and insect damage.
Whether applying natural products, synthetic materials or even just water, you can use this simple sprayer calibration method to ensure you're spraying right.