Do you have more tomatoes that you know what to do with? There is never such thing as too many tomatoes! I’ve been there before myself. I thought it would be a good idea to plant a massive amount of tomato plants and ended up with what I thought was way too many leftover, extra […]
Are you familiar with some of the illnesses, diseases and pests that plants can get? If you aren’t, you need to be. Plant illnesses can quickly take over a harvest, crop or even flowerbeds and trees. Read to see what different plant illnesses are and how you can be prepared to take care of your […]
There are several things that you can do to your garden soil in the fall. I recommend doing these three things in the fall to prepare your garden for the best possible garden. Don’t pack your garden gloves away yet. Read on to see what you can be doing with your garden soil in the […]
Do you know what a tomato ‘sucker’ is? Do you know what you should do with them? I’ll explain to you what a tomato sucker is, how to identify them and how they affect your tomato plant’s growth and production. I’ll also give you some ideas about what to do with them.
There is an easy way to prevent homesteading burnout – get away for a while! Even if you have the most elaborate homestead, you can (and should!!) vacation to prevent homesteading fatigue. I say all of this to remind you that running a farm is hard work. Read on to see how I manage to […]
Learn how to create dandelion infused oil and then using that oil, create a dandelion salve. Dandelion salve is an excellent homemade remedy that is great for aches and pains.