Many tasks can be accomplished in the garden this month for winter preparation.
Prepping chickens for cool weather includes knowledge of poultry health concerns, common symptoms to watch for and recovery care.
According to University of Kentucky Extension, heirloom seeds are varieties that have been passed down from generation to generation and are usually between 50 and 100 years old or even older.
Dividing, or propagating, peonies should be done in early fall.
Crossing Chinese and American chestnut trees is an effort to breed the American chestnut back with disease resistance.
This fall, take advantage of the season’s variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.
If you planted pumpkins this year and were disappointed in how they turned out, or if you’re planning on planting pumpkins next summer, keep these 6 tips in mind.
Most non-botanists distinguish pumpkins, squash and gourds by our purpose for the plant: we carve pumpkins, eat squash and use gourds for fall decorating.
Apples are the perfect backyard fruit, and fall is a great time to plant apple trees in USDA Hardiness zones 5-10.
Just like it’s important to know the last frost date in the spring, it’s crucial for home gardeners to know when the first expected frost date will occur in the fall.