Lindsey has been desiring to have a kitchen window herb garden for the longest time. The requirements were simple too, it had to be able to handle five or more different types of herbs, it can't be "dirty" and mess up her clean kitchen or attract bugs - which means no soil, it must look pretty … Continue reading DIY Hydroponic Mason Jar: Herb Garden
This question was raised from a friend (we will call her Juanita, because that is her name and it's rude to call people other names), so here's the research I could find to answer your question, I hope you enjoy and feel comfortable with your decision. This topic is fiercely debated on the internet, but … Continue reading Will mulching around my plants encourage termites?
This has got to be the creepiest of the beneficial insects. It freaks my wife an kids out, but after learning about the protection they provide your plants, you can't help but be grateful they are there, watching over your crops days and night.
I am going to diverge from the farm to brief you on LLLT (Low Level Laser Therapy), also known as Cold Laser Therapy. I was out visiting my friend in Alabama who had recently undergone back surgery. He was still in a lot of pain months later. During our visit he had a couple appointments … Continue reading Wow! Low Level Laser (Light) Therapy Actually Worked!
I have always wanted to propagate a plant from a cutting. I've tried several times before with our blackberry bush, but it has always turn out to be unsuccessful. Hopefully this works in time for Mother's Day as my mom would like to add some lemons to her backyard. So mom if you are reading … Continue reading Attempting to Propagate a Meyer Lemon from a Cutting
The one thing about having a passion is that it tends to rub off on others too. I remember the day that my wife looked over at me and mentioned that she would like to grow some chili peppers. Not just any chili peppers, the exact varieties she had been buying from the store to … Continue reading Growing Chili Peppers from store bought Peppers
The Long Story: Argentine ants are intriguing creatures, they are some of the hardest workers in the animal kingdom and the worker ants live just six months to a year. They don't sleep for long periods of time, instead they take up to 250 power naps per day, not much longer than a minute at a time. … Continue reading Get Rid of Your Argentine Ant Problem Today!