Eggshells are a great addition to the garden. Instead of tossing them out, make use of them as a pest deterrent and supplement.
These common pest problems impact both indoor and outdoor plants, but you’ll need to be especially vigilant during seed starting season.
Companion planting is planting specific herbs, flowers, fruits, and vegetables in close proximity to each other, enhancing the growth and success of both plants.
Organic pest control doesn’t have to mean fruits and veggies riddled with worms. Your vegetable garden can thrive without the addition of poisons.
I’m experimenting with an unexpected “organic pest control” method to outsmart the pickleworm. Maybe THIS year I’ll have zucchini!
Chinese rose beetles and the Japanese beetle can wreak havoc in a hurry. Here’s one way to eliminate them from your garden.
Backyard chickens are great for providing eggs (and sometimes meat), but did you know they can actually save you time with your yard work?
It’s edible, yes, but buckwheat is a great addition to your vegetable garden for many other reasons.
Got bugs? It’s time for a little aphid control with a two-pronged approach. You need to control the aphids AND the ants.