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No Dig Organic Home & Garden : Grow, Cook, Use & Store Your Harvest
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read? It may be time to hang up your spade Western Morning News April7th Anne Swithinbank meets a gardener who says there is no need to dig your beds. Getting down to earth Pioneering organic gardener Charles Dowding explains how important it is to know what sort of soil youre dealing with and the effect it can have on your yields? Filling a trench for new polythene at Homeacres, January It is sometimes claimed to be easier and quicker to attach polythene at ground level to battens or rails. I'm still working on a review for this book, and already pdd become the number one bestseller on amazon.
No dig organic gardening saves time and work. The authors draw on decades of experience to explain the skills you need for growing great vegetables in less time. They explain and illustrate delicious ways to eat them, and other things you can do with garden plants. Both Charles and Stephanie wrote the gardening chapters, combining their experiences of market gardening, working on private estates and growing in smaller gardens and allotments. It is a great way of growing abundant food year round even in smaller spaces. Ecologically beneficial, no dig methods help to keep carbon in the soil and works sustainably with wildlife and nature. The organic mulch on the surface suppresses weeds, helps to conserve moisture and feeds and protects the soil flora and fauna, including mycorrhizae.