Victory gardens during both world wars produced food for soldiers.
Historically, an industrial agriculture model drove the biggest gains in food production — but today, small farmers have an advantage.
Heat zone maps, minimum and maximum temperatures and necessary chill hours are more like guidelines than hard and fast rules.
Doug Oster has some advice and tips for how you can start saving seeds and become a seed saver, growing you own garden from your own seeds.
After discovering organic garlic, a person was intrigued to grow garlic themselves. Here’s what first-timers need to know about growing garlic.
Is it better to prune perennials and the rest of the flower gardens in the fall or spring?
Here are a few tips on growing asparagus, how to care for it and when the perfect time to harvest is.
From wineberries, currants, and gooseberries to crabapples and pawpaws, here is how you can grow some of these rare fruits.
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