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How To Plant And Raise Corn

February 20, 2019 Tara Dodrill 1

Growing corn (even in containers) is not difficult, it merely requires timing, proper soil, and due diligence throughout the summer months. Sweet corn has been a staple of the American garden since the formation of […]

Growing, Harvesting and Storing Garlic

November 29, 2018 Allison Sayer 2

“Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food.” — Hippocrates Garlic, lovingly called “the stinking rose,” brings flavor to dishes from many of the world’s cuisines. Garlic’s proven health benefits were […]

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Boron Uses and Benefits

September 20, 2018 Michael Wight 0

Boron is a trace mineral, common supplement and nutrient that is, sadly, neglected by many of us. Found naturally in several plants, it offers several benefits, not just to plants but also to all of […]

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How to Make An Edible Garden

August 30, 2018 Linda Wilson 1

My grandmother had an old habit of always planting her herbs by the back door of the kitchen. She took a flowerbed that was there and incorporated most of her herbs in with the lovely […]

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How To Bale and Store Hay

August 3, 2018 Tara Dodrill 2

Hay baling is hard work, really hard work. But engaging in traditional farm chores will vastly cut down on animal feed costs while ensuring meat, milk, and recreational livestock. Typically, a hay field can be […]