Have seeds left over from last year? Or maybe many years before that? Seeds lose their viability depending on the quality, and the method of storage. There’s an easy way to test to see if they’re still good. Check out more on how to test old seeds.
This quick and dirty 30 second guide to Peppers should help you answer all those questions quickly, without having to sort through article after article. I’ve always wanted a quick cheat sheet like this, so hopefully you’ll find it useful too!
Sweet potatoes are heroes in my household. Mashed, smashed, baked, scalloped, fried…I could Bubba from Forrest Gump all day long with sweet potatoes. They’re amazing sources of Vitamin A (214% of your daily recommended allowance in one cup of baked sweet potato), C (52%) and manganese (50%). Regular potatoes can’t hold a candle to them.
Without honeybees, and other pollinators, however, most of the fruit and vegetables we eat on a daily basis wouldn’t be possible. This is a big deal! 326 million people in the US alone have to eat every day! However, we’ve lost a total of 40% of the US’s commercial honeybees in the last 10 years. […]
Garlic has been touted as a cash crop. Rumors say it sells for as much as $16/lb! A tenth of an acre of elephant garlic, for example, can earn you as much as $40,000!! Here’s everything you need to know to get started growing garlic.
Absolutely the easiest whole chicken recipe I’ve ever found. Five minutes worth of prep, cooked low and slow all day and you have a Martha Stewart-worthy roast chicken at the end of the day.