Peat humus seems to be one of those “magical” soil amendments that can fix whatever ails your garden (assuming you can find any to purchase). But is this perception accurate? Let’s find out.
Sulfur is a rather interesting mineral when it comes to plants. It is essential for growth and photosynthesis.
The terms organic, sustainable, and regenerative may seem confusing at first, but each approach has a slightly different philosophy.
Phosphorus is associated with fruit production in the minds of gardeners because it is the most important element for germination and growth.
By paying closer attention to what nature is telling us, we have an opportunity to bring our gardens back into balance.
Interested in doing something different with your livestock business? Here are 10 ideas innovative agripreneurs are experimenting with.
In recent years, it has come to light that cobalt is indeed an essential micronutrient for at least some plant species, particularly legumes.
The primary goal of organic no-till is essentially the same as that of conventional no-till—to protect soil from erosion.
With wise stewardship of the land, a couple of acres can yield an amazing abundance.
Biochar is basically charcoal produced with little or no oxygen and a temperature above 660 degrees Fahrenheit.