10/17/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Did you know that worms can help boost your vegetable garden yield? This is possible if you use worm castings, nature’s

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-17-start-using-worm-castings-for-a-productive-vegetable-garden.html

10/17/2018 / By Edsel Cook

There is an irony about a tropical fruit providing a natural means of killing a fruit fly. Brazilian researchers  investigated

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-17-a-tropical-fruit-found-to-be-an-effective-natural-fruit-fly-killer.html

10/17/2018 / By Edsel Cook

American researchers tackled the means by which the spread of the pathogenic soil fungus Verticillium dahliae could be managed through

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-17-controlling-soil-borne-fungus-using-natural-approaches.html

10/16/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Soil salinity is a growing concern because of its impact on agriculture and, consequently, food production. Researchers, in a study

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-16-silicon-amendments-proven-useful-for-maize-crops-grown-under-salt-stress-conditions.html

10/16/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Bacterial soft rot is one of the most common and most destructive plant diseases – caused by particular species of

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-16-studying-the-antibacterial-activity-of-spent-green-tea-against-soft-rot.html

10/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Homesteaders know that their work doesn’t end just because winter is around the corner. If you’ve worked hard to cultivate

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-15-prepare-your-survival-garden-for-winter.html

10/13/2018 / By David Williams

The benefits of using cover crops and compost in growing all sorts of plants have been known for a long

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-13-compost-and-cover-crops-improves-soil-nutrients.html

10/13/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Broccoli is a delicious superfood that offers a lot of health benefits. If you want to plant this cruciferous vegetable

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-13-a-beginners-guide-to-growing-your-own-broccoli.html

10/12/2018 / By Jhoanna Robinson

While it is true that owning a farm may increase your chances of surviving an end-of-the-world scenario, the farm still

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-12-prepping-your-farm-for-when-shtf.html

10/11/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Although used prevalently in both large conventional and organic farms, modern manure spreaders offer unremarkable outcomes in terms of distribution

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-11-a-performance-evaluation-of-a-new-helical-two-sided-manure-distributor.html

10/11/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Compost tea — compost steeped in water — has been used as an amendment for biochar, charcoal that’s used in

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-11-amending-hardwood-biochar-with-compost-tea-improves-soil-quality.html

10/10/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Aside from warmer weather and blooming flowers, spring is also accompanied by the growth of weeds that may take over

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-10-these-backyard-plants-exhibit-many-nutritional-properties-as-well-as-medicinal-benefits.html

10/10/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Bidens pilosa, also known as blackjack, cobbler’s peg, and Spanish needle, among others, is a noxious weed in Africa, North

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-10-the-herbicidal-activity-of-3-species-of-baccharis.html

10/10/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Zuccagnia punctata is a species of legume native to Argentina and Chile. In a study published in Annals of Applied

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-10-10-a-natural-fungicide-found-in-the-zuccagnia-punctata.html

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