The good news is that there are simple steps you can take to avoid introducing and spreading plant diseases in your garden.
Take comfort in the fact that not everything in the food supply is automatically bioengineered.
This brief document addresses some of the trickiest challenges Kansas gardeners will face when gardening in the fall.
Whether you are a seasoned green thumb or one of many who gardened for the first time this year, you’ll enjoy our readers’ favorite posts and resources.
No matter what your country living interests are, you must have this book. This may seem like an exaggeration. Rest assured, it’s not.
We love curating helpful reading material for country living enthusiasts! If you are looking for a variety of useful books on everything from starting a farming enterprise to planting crops to drawing horses, we highly recommend the Homestead Bookshelf as the place to find what you’re looking for. We have collected public domain classics, modernContinue reading “Top 10 Reader-Favorite Books”
If you love country living, you probably enjoy reading websites and magazines that regularly feed your interest and give you new ideas of things to try out. After all, there are always new skills to be learned, and you never know what will become your next favorite project, hobby, or venture!
The pros, cons, and best application for popular mulches, organic and inorganic.
Rewarding vegetables and herbs that will have you looking like a green thumb in no time.
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 canContinue reading “A Rainbow of Natural Dyes”