Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
These nutritional powerhouses can flourish in your yard or in containers.
If the ground’s not frozen, go ahead and plant. (But choose your plants wisely.)
Potters Fields in England is a perfect example of how to use design elements to make the landscape shine in the colder months.
Here's how to create useful and stylish storage, using just an old rake head.
Regions of Asia, the Middle East and parts of the U.S. corn belt are dangerously over-exploiting their underground water supplies.
It takes a lot of water to grow our food and feed our animals. Here's how it measures up across the globe.
Two thirds of the continental United States is now suffering from the most widespread drought since the 1950s.
Just cut a stem, put it in some water, and plant it when it has roots. Easy!
The Obama administration opens up protected U.S. land to help farmers and encourages crop insurance companies to forgo charging interest for a month.
Plant selection and design in addition to proper watering can help reduce stress on plants — and the people who care for them.
The U.S. is the world's biggest producer of corn and soybeans, but some farmers may be forced to harvest crops early to sell cheaply as animal feed.
Here's how to keep your lawn neat without trashing the Earth.
Simply snap off summer suckers from your favorite tomato varieties, root them and plant them.
Environmentalists in Chicago are using the waste from one crop to feed and power another in an abandoned pork processing plant.
Contrary to common belief, most bugs are harmless. Here's how to tell the good guys from the bad guys.
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