Growing a perfect lawn can be difficult in Kansas due to our challenging climate and soils. The solution is to choose grasses adapted to Kansas conditions.
Considering saving seeds for the first time? This can be a rewarding project, but there are a few pitfalls. Here’s what you need to know.
New to gardening? A common issue is deciding what to do when. Kansas Healthy Yards and Communities from K-State Research and Extension offers some advice.
The raised bed approach has both advantages and disadvantages, but it is definitely worth consideration for many gardeners.
Before jumping on the wool-mulching bandwagon, it is best to take a look at the pros and cons of mulching with wool. What works well in one situation may not be desirable in another.
Because deer can jump to tremendous heights, excluding them from an orchard is not easy, even with a fence. Here are some options for deterring the deer.
What to write in your garden journal? Here are 50 ideas to jog your creativity, including something for every season.
You may have heard the adage, “You can’t have too much compost.” But is it true? A recurring theme in nature is balance. Too much or too little of anything causes problems.
Most gardening resources list the mineral needs of plants. But do plants, like humans and animals, need vitamins? The answers may not be quite what you expect.
Pecans in Kansas will sometimes require irrigation if they are to produce a large, high-quality crop.