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How To Weed—These 10 Tips Are All You Need

The other day, I was driving to work and had to drive around a giant truck spraying herbicide on the side of the highway. OK, I was already in a bad mood, but still, seeing it spraying the weeds with chemicals made me cry. Real tears. Now, imagine if they were doing it the right […]

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The Basics of Home Canning

by the editors of Rodale’s Organic Life Think of canning as a precision form of cooking. When canning, you will use ordinary kitchen skills but must observe instructions exactly to ensure that the food is sterilized and safe. This is one time when you definitely shouldn’t improvise. Select Jars and Lids Use mason-type jars, which […]

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Gardener’s July To-Do List

by the editors at Rodale’s Organic Life Here’s your July gardening guide for North America’s USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: 3-10. If you don’t know what zone you live in, check the map here to find out. We’ve left off zones 1–2 (far-north Alaska) and zones 11–13 (small section of the Florida Keys, the Pacific coast between L.A. and Mexico, and […]

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Gardener’s June To-Do List

by the editors at Rodale’s Organic Life Here’s your June gardening guide for North America’s USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: 3-10. If you don’t know what zone you live in, check the map here to find out. We’ve left off zones 1–2 (far-north Alaska) and zones 11–13 (small section of the Florida Keys, the Pacific coast between L.A. and Mexico, and […]

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How to Grow Broccoli

by the editors at Rodale’s Organic Life Broccoli is a great choice for a home garden. Freshly cut broccoli heads are rich in vitamins and minerals. They’re delicious raw in salads or lightly steamed and they freeze well. If you choose a variety such as DiCicco or Waltham that produces plentiful side shoots, you can […]

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8 Herbs and Veggies You Can Regrow from Kitchen Scraps

by Shelbi Stoneback, associate director of customer experience at Rodale Did you know that you only need a jar and some water to get start growing more food from your very own kitchen scraps that you might otherwise toss? When I told a coworker about this story, her response was, “Wait—that’s like free food!” And […]

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Gardener’s March To-Do List

by the editors at Rodale’s Organic Life Here’s your March gardening guide for North America’s USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: 3-10. If you don’t know what zone you live in, check the map here to find out. We’ve left off zones 1–2 (far-north Alaska) and zones 11–13 (small section of the Florida Keys, the Pacific coast between L.A. and […]

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How to Create a Winter Sanctuary for Backyard Birds

by guest blogger Toni Becker, member of the Rodale’s editorial team Welcome to the long days of winter! As you hunker down in your home and wonder if spring will ever arrive, take a moment to think about your feathered friends. While many people think birds can fend for themselves when the weather gets dicey, […]

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