Dig This: Gardener Supplies Local Restaurants From His Small, No-Dig Garden (VIDEO)

Written by on July 31, 2015 in Environment, Farming, Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments

By Charles Dowding | PermacultureMedia

Growing organic vegetables commercially for over 30 years, Charles Dowding has developed a no-dig method of cultivation for temperate climate gardening.

Charles introduces us to Homeacres, his 1/4 acre market garden. Now supplying year-round salad and fresh vegetables for local restaurants, Charles and his partner Steph Hafferty took just one winter to transform it from weedy pasture using mulch and no-dig gardening.

Learn as Charles explains the ideas behind no-dig growing, (replicating nature through mulching and minimal soil disturbance), from his various experimental raised beds, as well as the importance of soil.

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