Prepping chickens for cool weather includes knowledge of poultry health concerns, common symptoms to watch for and recovery care.
Crossing Chinese and American chestnut trees is an effort to breed the American chestnut back with disease resistance.
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.
Utilizing cold frames, row covers, bell covers, field hoop houses and cold-hardy crops are options for gardeners to extend the growing season.
Beans can provide homegrown protein for individuals who want to grow their own food.
Planting spring-flowering bulbs in early fall allows roots adequate time to develop before the ground freezes.
Let’s not get so excited about harvesting vege crops that we forget to save seed for next season!
In August our regional average temperature begin to decrease, signaling that fall is on the way. Plant now to fill your cornucopia with an abundant fall harvest!
Growing garlic is easy. Garlic planted in fall and overwintered is ready to harvest by mid to late summer.