In the vegetable garden, late summer is the seventh-inning stretch; time to step back and make strategy: How do I make the most of the remaining season? What's working and what needs help? Here are a few tips from an old pro on how to score big in the end.
During the hottest part of the summer, it’s especially important to make the most of every drop of water. With so much information available it can be challenging to separate fact from fiction. Learn the five common myths about watering.
Finally shaking its reputation as a lowly salad bar garnish, kale has become trendy – in the kitchen and the garden. You can grow kale in almost any zone, and even compact gardens have room for kale – it’s just a matter of choosing the right variety.
With the start of each growing season, gardeners across the country look forward to the thrill of picking their first ripe tomatoes. Here are six ways to get a jump on the growing season and shorten the wait for those first juicy fruits.
Volunteer gleaners across the U.S. collect leftovers from farmers' fields and make certain these farm-fresh, local foods don't go to waste. Gleaning leaders explain the practice's impact on hunger, resource management and community.
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