The EarthWay Nylon Bag Spreader’s 20 pound-capacity bag is constructed of nylon and has a zipper top that makes filling with seed or fertilizer easy. Mildew, water and tear resistant for longevity. Features adjustable spring loaded shutoff and wide adjustable shoulder strap. A great choice for use on hilly or wet terrain. Made in U.S.A.
When I started dabbling with using the silage tarp technique several years ago I didn’t understand how it could impact my gardening and farming future. It solves problems I’ve faced in the past and is an excellent alternative to tilling the soil—-especially if you don’t have a tiller or tractor. I will admit I stumbled
Cover cropping is so beneficial and is for small and big gardens. The secret is to select the right one for the season and for your garden. View our cover crop seed and inoculant here. Claim your FREE guide to Getting Started with Cover Cropping here! Founder of The Gardener’s Workshopand Flower Farming School Online. Award-winning author
A winter morning walk in my garden reveals so much. As I stroll, I find myself stopping, standing, and watching more than walking. This chilly morning there is no wind, so much is going on. To the naked eye my place looks pretty barren compared to summer when it is popping with flowers everywhere. But
Leaf Week 2015 is on! November is always a good month on the farm for me. While it brings the end to the season, it also is full of planning and planting for spring. I am harvesting the bounty of fall, planting for spring and thinking of next summer. There is no shortage of hope
A great mid-summer addition to the garden is buckwheat. There is plenty of time left in the growing season to take advantage of its many benefits and it is easy to grow. Buckwheat is a cover crop you grow to benefit your garden and the creatures that live there. It grows from seed to bloom