For those looking forward to getting their hands in the dirt this spring, there are some great tools and trends on the horizon for 2016. There is much that is new, and many returning favorites are more popular than ever to help create a garden that is bountiful, beautiful and beneficial this year.
Gardening and yard care is big fun and big business. Studies say 78% of Americans have either a lawn or some form of landscaping. Nearly half of all Americans engage in some kind of gardening. But the numbers drop when…
When the snow starts to melt and the ground thaws, many are itching to get outdoors and start planting their garden for the summer season. But planting different seeds at the same time may not be the best option for…
Join the Lucas County Farm Bureau March 19 at Bench Farms in Curtice, Ohio for a Windowsill Herb Grow and Know event!
A few tips to help you learn the tricks of growing your own fresh fruit that is ripe for the picking.
Recent storms and flooding in most parts of Ohio have taken a toll not just on field crops but also on backyard gardens and landscapes.
Get ideas for how to use tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, herbs and spaghetti squash in a series of short videos from OSU Extension
Squash is relatively easy to grow, but insect problems can be a serious concern for any gardener.
Winter may not have a lot of outdoor opportunities for gardeners, but it is a great time to reflect on the past growing season.
Crop rotation is vital for maintaining a healthy garden year after year, no matter the size of your plot.