Even people with small lawns and gardens contribute to algae problems if they over-fertilize or if they leave fertilizer granules on sidewalks or driveways where they can easily wash into waterways.
Tree experts explain what happens when a tree’s hollow is filled, and whether or not it’s necessary for holes to be filled.
Amy Kraus, an animal science major from Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, received the Outstanding Senior Award from Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences.
This week’s top stories include a primer on essential oils, information about migratory pests, a recap of the recent Ohio FFA convention and gardening tasks to complete during the month of May.
Tractors are leading cause of deaths on the farm, and the most frequent cause of tractor-related deaths is side and rear overturns.
When you think of mulch, wood chips are probably the first thing that comes to mind. But mulch is anything that provides cover for your soil.
Time-elapse videos from Purdue University show need for pre-emergent herbicide to control Palmer amaranth.
What does 6,000 people playing Simon Says look like, and why does that matter? Reporter Chris Kick found out, at this year’s Ohio FFA Convention.
If you love to garden but have limited space or time, consider planting a square foot garden.
Lorain County farmer among the first in his area to donate grain for charitable cause.