For many people, the picture that comes to mind when they hear crop rotation is of a large farm with acres to spare, rotating huge groups of crops from one location to the next. However,…Share with your friends!
Garden pests are extremely annoying, particularly when tons move in, chomping leaves and nibbling your fruit and vegetables. But you shouldn’t wait for them to do visible damage before you take action. If you spend…Share with your friends!
There is a general distaste for the mini cabbages known as Brussels sprouts. This is understandable since the ones bought in the grocery store are generally picked too early and result in vegetables that are…Share with your friends!
Vertical gardening is an approach used to grow vegetables up and down, rather than side to side like in a traditional horizontal garden. In a vertical garden, vegetables grow up tall structures instead of across the…Share with your friends!
Tomatoes are a versatile food that you can use in a myriad of dishes from soups to pasta, salsas, and chilis. If you eat a lot of tomatoes, your grocery bill (and taste buds) might…Share with your friends!
As fall and winter approach, summer crops produce their final yield of the year. If your garden usually sits empty through winter, this is the year to make those cold days count. A wide variety…Share with your friends!
How To Grow Tomatoes And Potatoes On The Same Plant Tomato plants and potato plants are both members of the Solanaceae, or nightshade, family and can be grafted together to form what is cleverly referred…Share with your friends!
With summer winding down, many people think that the time to reap fresh vegetables from home gardens may be winding down along with it. Savvy gardeners know, however, that there is still time to sow…Share with your friends!
1) Stress Relief The 21st century is a tough, demanding and unrelenting place, and much of people’s mental health problems are exacerbated by their inability to cope in such a stressful world on a daily basis….Share with your friends!
1. Choose an Ideal Location You can place your tomato pots in virtually any location. However, choose a place where the plants will receive a minimum six hours of sunlight. Also, don’t place your pots…Share with your friends!