We'll go in-depth about the basics of aquaponics practice - what aquaponics is, how it works and why it is so special, how had aquaponics developed through time, etc.
Fruit plants are not the easiest options for hydroponics beginners. But strawberries are an exception to this rule. In this post, you'll learn everything about hydroponic strawberries and how to grow them.
Humus was first documented for use in the 18th century. Today, humus is still used widely for the healthy growth of plants. Here in this article, we examine humus, its composition, and its uses for gardening.
In this article, we will discuss Diatomaceous Earth, which is a type of pesticide. Our main objective is to provide you with an in-depth understanding of what it is and how to use it on your garden
Most people don’t mind June Bugs. They don’t bite or sting or look particularly disturbing. They do, however, eat a variety of plants. Here’s what you need to know to manage and get rid of them
Any keen gardener knows that armyworms are one of the most destructive pests for your plants. Let's learn how to control and kill them
Squash bugs are a highly-seasonal but very widespread pest, and they can quickly suck the life out of your plants. Learn how to get rid of them, how to recognize them, and how to prevent their appearance altogether.
If you have spotted a small dark fly buzzing around your hydroponic garden, it’s highly likely that you will soon (if you aren’t already!) be fighting a frustrating battle against fungus gnats.
If you need to learn about how to get rid of spider mites, then the following guide is for you.
In this article, we will supply you with a wealth of beneficial information and tips that will help to maximize your understanding of what proper lawn watering entails as well as increase the health of your lawn.
In this article, we will provide an in-depth explanation of what lawn aeration is, why & when you should do it, and provide tips that will help you with the actual process.
Some people shy away from growing the African Violet because of its quirkiness. While this is true to some extent, learning about how to take care of them can remove this intimidation quickly enough