Monday, October 22, 2018
applesauce

Learn how to diagnose and prevent common problems — discoloration, siphoning and mold — when canning applesauce.
fall hazard

Of all the ways you can get hurt on the farm, falling is probably one you don't think about much, but maybe you should.
drying herbs

All you need is heat, low humidity and good air circulation to dry and preserve herbs. Learn how to choose and use four different herb-drying methods.
garden tools and fall leaves

It's time to start preparing our gardens for winter. Use these tips to make next year's vegetable and herb gardening easier and more fruitful.
pickled vegetables

If you’re wondering whether or not an old family recipe is safe to use when pickling fruits and vegetables from your garden, use these tips.
iris

When deciding which plants to divide in the fall, there are a few hard and fast rules to follow. Find out which plants you should divide this fall.
black walnut tree

The natural pigment black walnuts leave behind makes them ideal for staining wood. Learn three different methods to make wood stain from black walnut hulls.
Purple Salvia

Everyone goes chrysanthemum, aster and goldenrod crazy in the fall, but there are so many more choices to add fall color to your flower garden.
monarch butterfly

Help migrating Monarch butterflies by adding nectar-producing plants to your landscape, providing a steady supply of nectar all summer and into fall.
tomato

Hot weather can stress even the most heat tolerant plants. Your garden will need special care to survive extended dry periods and heat waves.
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