So how and where should you store seeds for maximum longevity? Here are five tips.
Plants with the ability to resist compaction and its associated problems, for garden, orchard, lawn, field, and pasture.
Sulfur is a rather interesting mineral when it comes to plants. It is essential for growth and photosynthesis.
K-State has an excellent collection of gardening resources on a wide range of topics available as free PDF downloads.
Did you know that plants need iron? No iron, no chlorophyll, and therefore no photosynthesis.
While your homesteading bucket list should be unique, you may find that these suggestions spark an interest you didn’t even know you had.
Rewarding vegetables and herbs that will have you looking like a green thumb in no time, plus tips for success.
Craftsy folks frequently share a do-it-yourself ethic. While it’s always easier just to buy cheap, pretty yarn at the craft store, some (particularly homesteaders) prefer to create their own dyes. In fact, if you own sheep or other fiber animals, this may be a logical next step to adding value to your products. You can…… Continue reading A Rainbow of Natural Dyes
Spring is only a month away, and with spring comes gardening season. Now is a good time to check the germination rates of those seeds you have stashed away in the basement—before you need to plant them! You Will Need Seeds.Paper towel.Large Ziploc bag. Instructions Lightly moisten a square of paper towel. (Take care that…… Continue reading How to Test Seed Germination Rates
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