Lawn & Garden

  • Unleashing Your Inner Gardener: Urban Style

    In the heart of a city, it is challenging for gardeners to find a few inches of soil to call their own. An increasingly popular option – for both novice green thumbs and transplanted farmers – is to turn rooftops or balconies into a garden...
    By  Maggie Romuld June 26, 2015 

  • Super Weeds: How Big of a Problem Are They?

    Man has been competing with pests and weeds for food for over 8,000 years, since the beginning of agriculture. If we take a look at the scoreboard, who's currently winning?
    By Andrea Campbell February 15, 2014 

  • Organic Lawn Care: Make the Switch to a Greener Lawn!

    Organic lawn care includes less mowing, less watering, no pesticides, no pollution and having a beautiful, green, healthy lawn. A full organic program will cost less and you will be doing your part to enhance the environment and the natural lifecycle...
    By AngelaC July 2, 2013 

  • How to Create Your Own Eco-Friendly Worm Farm

    Using worms to create an eco-friendly garden may be one of nature's best kept secrets. Worm farming does not require a lot of work and can be fun and educational for the entire family. Here's a simple guide to make your own eco-friendly worm farm...
    By ttwriter April 8, 2013 

  • Growing Your Own Food For a Healthier Planet and a Healthier You

    Consumers across the globe are becoming more and more aware of the harmful products they are putting into their bodies leading towards a growing trend of organic food and home gardening. Learn the many benefits of growing your own food and how to get...
    By Bree E. Underwood May 11, 2012 

  • Getting to Grips with Composting: A Beginners Guide

    Composting ticks so many boxes. For starters it’s great fun, can save you a packet and is a big friend to the environment. With a few simple tricks you can begin enjoying the benefits of composting today.
    By KennethSleight September 20, 2011 

  • Gardening and Homesteading in the City and Suburbs

    Homesteading is mainly about self-sufficiency and living greener with less of an impact on the environment. Maybe you can't move to the countryside, disconnect the power company or the local water and sewer utility, but you can live a more planet...
    By MJ Logan September 19, 2011 

  • Organic Pest Control for Home & Garden

    Searching for organic combatants in pest control? In this guide for organic pest control for your home and garden, a variety of methods are explored to eradicate pests from your environment - safely. Bookmarking this guide keeps pest control answers...
    By Vicki Perry September 16, 2011 

  • Get Old Tree Stumps out of Your Yard for Good

    Stump grinders are an economical way remove tree stumps that are in the way or that are unsightly. A stump grinder is easy to rent, and easy to use. It is critical, however, to use the machine correctly and safely to avoid damaging the grinder or hurting...
    By Liz Durfey August 22, 2011 

  • DIY Natural Hydroponic Fertilizer

    Growing organic plants hydroponically at home doesn’t have to involve having a degree in chemistry or some huge fancy set-up. Once you’ve gotten your hydroponic started the only maintenance necessary is keeping nutrients flowing.
    By KennethSleight August 17, 2011 
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