Here’s some helpful advice on how to deal with rats in your garden and compost pile before reaching for a trap or that box of rat poison.
Are veggies your least favorite dish during dinner? Read on and discover how that microgreens just might change your mind and your palate when it comes to what will either be the next food fad or future food for indoor gardening.
Here’s the latest on a promising tick shot to prevent Lyme disease that could be our best hope for Lyme disease protection while gardening or roaming the great outdoors enjoying nature.
A news release from Rice University tells us that researchers have found a novel way to preserve produce that is cheaper and healthier than current practices. Furthermore, it’s so simple that it could be sold in a spray bottle or even made in the home.
Summertime brings pests to the garden that can be perplexing in identifying something as seemingly as simple as whether the flying interloper is a honeybee, a bumblebee, a hornet, a wasp or something else. Here are some quick facts to help you distinguish which is which.
Here’s the latest news that supports the idea that future homes will be designed to integrate vertical farming and aquaculture for homeowners who want to be indoor farmers to feed their families and ensure their own food security.
Are some unidentified pests eating up your garden? Would you like to merge your gardening skills with some closeup photography? Here are some basic photography tips that will not only help you identify what is eating your garden, but provide some additional visual enjoyment to your gardening.
There’s a lot of conflicting information when it comes to coffee grounds and gardening. Here’s what one simple test showed when asked if pepper seeds will germinate in used coffee grounds.
Thinking about canning produce this year? Here is one home canning mistake that could mean death for the first-time canner.