Find out how to conduct your own simple soil test at home using common household ingredients, such as baking soda and vinegar, to see if the pH of the soil in your yard or garden is acidic or alkaline. Watch this video to find out more.
Sod is great for an instant lawn, but it can cost 10 times as much as grass seed and require more labor to install. Watch this video for some helpful tips on how to go about planting grass seed or laying sod in your yard. Watch this video to find out more.
A good way to increase humidity around potted seedlings is to set a couple of seedling pots in a larger container of pebbles. The pebbles should be about fingernail size, and there should be just a small amount of water in the pebble container- enough to create humid conditions but not enough to touch the bottom of the pots.
Before installing landscape lighting in your yard, test the layout of the lights first to make sure they'll have the desired result. Watch this video for some simple, DIY tests to check landscape lighting.