A simple high tunnel framework covered with plastic defeats inclement extremes and extends the vegetable gardening season.
Farming books serve a number of purposes, from light reading to expanding your worldview. Here are a few of one farmer's favorites for a farm library.
You can have a productive growing season even in mild winters. Pick hardy crops, water them correctly, and provide cover to protect your garden from frost damage.
Let chickens, guineas, ducks and turkeys gobble up garden and backyard pests for an all-natural, animated insecticide.
Try gardening with chickens to increase the productivity of your garden, with free manure and weeding services as well as eggs and meat from your flock.
Laying flock provides magnificent mulch with chicken manure fertilizer for the best garden ever grown by its Georgia Master Gardener owner.
Saving money is always good and the garden is no exception. Make your dollar go further "in the dirt" with DIY tomato cages, perennials, pallets, and more
Learn what ingredients, equipment and additives you will need to make fruit wine using late-season fruit leftovers.
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