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An introduction to compost loos, which are set to become more popular as the cost of mains water rises.
No dig gardening replaces the annual dig with an annual top-dressing of a couple of inches of compost. Just spread the compost on and leave it be!
Why so-called ‘organic’ composts are nothing of the sort – despite what they may say on the bag.read more
So – are the contents of that bag of ‘organic’ compost really organic? This should give you a pretty good idea…read more
A bag of organic compost – or is it? The contents may surprise you.read more
Using a chicken tractor or ark is sometimes recommended for clearing ground. But do they actually work?read more
Clearing an overgrown area with a line trimmer and a light-excluding mulch.read more
Guerrilla gardeners grow flowers, trees or food on scraps of neglected or poorly-maintained land without permission.read more
The Growveg garden planner claims to take the hard work out of making the most of your growing space. But is it up to the job?read more
Paths are really useful in vegetable gardens, whether in outside or in a polytunnel. And they’re easy to make.read more
A simple tyre stack worm bin is rat-proof and entirely free to make, and will eat food waste which can’t go on a regular compost heap.read more