Although there are many chemical methods, there are also a variety of natural methods that are effective at keeping animals out of your garden.
Although ginger has been around for centuries, there is a new upswing of interest. The medicinal qualities alone is enough reason to start growing it.
Justin Rhodes is an experienced homesteader who is an absolute expert on growing food and raising chickens. In this video, he shares 12 gardening hacks.
Harvesting seeds from your garden is meaningful, saves you money, and is good for the environment. Here’s how to harvest and store seeds.
The green, pear-shaped chayote “squash” is actually a fruit. It’s incredibly delicious and easy to grow. Here’s how to eat it, grow it, and pronounce it.
No-till gardening is a gardening method that preserves soil structure, improves the health of your soil, and saves you back-breaking effort.
Fruit trees are one of the highlights of any homestead, and it’s easy to see why: a mature fruit tree can produce lots of delicious fruit each spring.
While banana peels on the ground can be a slipping hazard, they also provide some much-needed nutrients to plants. Here’s how to use them in the garden.
If you are looking to add a crop to your survival garden this year, corn is an excellent choice. Easy to grow, harvest and store, corn is useful in many ways around the homestead.
Mushrooms are easy to grow in the right conditions. Here is a simple way to grow mushrooms in a 5-gallon bucket using woodchips and mushroom spawn.