Would you like to share your knowledge of plants and gardening, or become part of a research project that shares your interests? Here is an example of how a research program can open a world of possibilities for the future budding citizen scientist in your garden.
Here’s the latest news on whether buying commercially available permethrin treated clothing for blacklegged tick protection actually works, and if it is safe.
Lockdowns due to COVID-19 presents many problems not just to businesses and the economy, but to scientific research facilities as well. Here’s one proposed solution that could keep those labs open.
Discover how you can turn your gardening skills into a gift to the next generation that will build a legacy, make money and improve the environment.
When was the last time you wore a NIOSH N95 dust mask while gardening? Better yet: When have you ever seen anyone wear a N95 mask while gardening? It might sound a little on the crazy side to do so, but as it turns out, protecting yourself from Farmer’s Lung and other diseases by wearing an N95 mask while gardening makes good health sense
Do you know the health of your soil? Do you know what your options are for testing your soil and how much it costs? Before running to Home Depot or Amazon for a soil testing kit, here is some advice on saving money with garden soil testing.
Looking for a meaningful activity during COVID-19 social isolation to keep your children occupied and educated at the same time? Here’s a free gardening program you can do with your children that will teach them basic gardening science, put food on your table, and learn about how regenerative farming is their future for sustainable living and good health.
The latest news and a little history on one of botany’s most infamous fungi.
Here’s an easy way to monitor your potential insect problems with a simple insect collecting device used by scientists.
Have you ever wondered why every spring a mysterious weed in your garden or yard pops up? A new study shows that it could be you or your neighbor’s fault due to common winter-time good intentions.