Maintaining Your Garden

3 Tips For Feeding Livestock

The nuances of caring for livestock can be intimidating, especially if you're concerned with your animals' health and keeping costs low. Being able to balance your livestock's health with your budget can be worrisome, but learning a few tips and tricks can make your worries lighter. Whether you're looking for new ways to care for your herd or looking for ways to care for an increasing herd it pays to know what tools are available to you. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Using Organic Fertilizer

The key to getting the most out of your crops will rest in taking good care of all the things you plant. You will also want to only use the best fertilizer possible, and this means organic fertilizer from places like Nature Safe. There are numerous advantages of relying on this method of fertilizing your crops, and knowing what some of these are may be helpful to you. Benefit #1: Provide nutrients Read More 

There Goes Peter Cottontail: Keeping Rabbits Out Of Your Plants

Living near a park or forested area has a number of visual and health benefits. You have the option to go outside and take in fresh air along with beautiful sights. The oxygen that trees emit also provides you with a better environment for your lungs and overall health. One of the more irritating issues that you will experience when you live near a forested area is the rabbits. Although they are cute, they can become pests, especially if you take particularly good care of your yard. Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About Hooking Up Well Water Service In Your Home

You may live in the country where there is no nearby public municipal water service to speak of that you can source water to your home through. Then there are homeowners who have the option of connecting their residential plumbing systems to the main source of water that supplies their communities with fresh drinking water, but they're more interested in drilling their own private wells. Regardless of why you want to work with a water well service, you need to know what it is going to take to have a new well dug, then connecting to your plumbing system, and how your incoming water supply has to be maintained. Read More 

What To Do When You Live In A Warm Climate But Your Lawn Grass Won’t Grow

Having a lawn of healthy grass not only looks great, it can help to increase your home's property value. If you live in an area with a temperate climate but are having trouble keeping the grass on your property free of unsightly brown patches and other problems, you need uncover the source of your lawn issues. The following guide can help you detect grass problems and outlines the steps to cultivating and maintaining a healthy lawn. Read More 

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Maintaining Your Garden

When we purchased a house with a large garden in the backyard, I didn't think that it would be hard to look after things. Unfortunately, after moving in, I realized that my agricultural skills were seriously lacking, which is why I started trying to figure things out. Instead of ignoring my yard, I started reading more about botany and how to prepare the land. Within about a year, my garden was healthy and thriving. This blog is all about maintaining your garden for the long haul, so that you can enjoy the fruits of your labors and eat a little healthier.