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No dig gardening

No dig gardening

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!

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What to do with compost: making your own potting soil mix

Home made compost is too rich and heavy for potting up plants and seedlings, but you can blend it to make an ideal potting compost.

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Clearing overgrown ground

Clearing overgrown ground

Clearing an overgrown area with a line trimmer and a light-excluding mulch.

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Growing in a back yard plot

Growing in a back yard plot

You don’t need to have a 'proper' vegetable garden to grow your own food - just access to light.
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