If you are a gardener, you need to understand your soil. The soil pH measures the level of acidity or alkalinity in the soil and determines the type of plants you can grow. Check out how to test soil pH with and without a kit.
Having an abundance of squash in the garden is a great problem to have! There are numerous ways to utilize excess squash from the garden, whether you have summer or winter varieties. We love using all the excess produce we grow.
Manure tea is a great way to boost your crop’s yield. Here is a guide on how to make and use manure tea in your garden
We love using every bit of produce we grow in the garden. Sometimes there is a lot of produce to figure out what to do with so we came up with these ideas for what to do with excess chili peppers from the garden.
Hand pollination is the surest way of getting a good squash harvest in your backyard garden. Learn how to pollinate squash by hand easily in your home garden.
I love the warm spiciness of ginger and it seems so exotic to grow, but my Aunt Chelle gave me a ginger plant once and I fell in love! It’s so easy to grow (with a few secrets) and the flavor of super fresh ginger (and scent) is intoxicating!
Zucchini is a fast grower, easy to manage, and gives great yields. Check out these tips for growing zucchini that even the beginning gardener can do.
Snow peas are so tender and good. They are versatile for cooking, but what if you grow too many excess snow peas to use before they spoil?
Nourish your plants to their full potential with this simple homemade plant food. Your house plants will be looking lush and gorgeous in no time.
Are you interested in learning how to start a survival garden but don’t know where to begin? There’s a little learning curve for beginning gardening, but it’s not that hard.