If a tree is sick, modern arborists recommend giving it an injection. Tree injections provide sick trees with iron and fungicides that boost the tree's ability to fight otherwise deadly diseases. In the case of pine trees, injections may be given to control or prevent infestations of the Southern pi
If you are trying to protect a vegetable garden or large plants from freezing cold or frost, you can make a homemade cold frame. For small plants, however, it's easier to make individual greenhouses to keep plants warm and prevent frost damage to their foliage. If you can't bring a plant to a greenh
Property designed for hunting usually has several types of food plots on it. They aren't meant necessarily to keep animals in a certain spot so that you can hunt them while they eat, but are meant to attract them to the property so that they are at least there. Dove fields are no different than a pr
You can make a hydroponic garden with many different techniques, but one of the most productive is the Nutrient Film Technique. The frame for the system is easy to build. The cost of the materials is much less than some other hydroponic systems and the yield is also higher. The theory behind hydropo
A common, inexpensive household chemical is the best way to kill mold. Bleach, when used appropriately, can kill mold effectively, according to the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center. They key is cleaning areas well enough to give the bleach the best opportunity to penetrate the mold spo
Hibiscuses come in varieties of shrubs or small trees and produce showy, trumpet-shaped blossoms that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. These plants are used as solitary shrubs, grouped together to form hedges or pruned to form a single-stem tree. Hibiscuses divide into two main categories--trop
Growing an in vitro orchid requires sterile conditions. The 30,000 orchid species grow in greenhouses, homes, and forests. The in vitro method means the orchid is grown in a glass container. Orchid seeds that germinate in a sterile medium in a glass jar or flask take up to three months to take root.