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Häufig gestellte Fragen zu “NO DIG / Nicht umgraben”
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Why supporting others to learn no dig is so important to me?
During my years of practice I’ve noticed a lot of wonderful things about no dig. And something that gives me great pleasure is hearing about your gardening successes. I started experimenting with no dig back in 1982. I had an innate sense that it was the right thing to do. The results I achieved from initial trials gave me encouragement to keep going.
I was continually finding that no dig is great for producing wonderful harvests of healthy food. It’s good for the ecosystem and it’s great for our health too. Now I want as many other people to experience the same joy and benefits that I have.
The results of no dig in my gardens:
I’ve seen for myself how effective no dig can be at Homeacres and Lower Farm. I run a working market garden that produces consistent crops throughout the seasons. I achieve this with a low amount of time and effort, and the produce is strong and healthy. I’ve recently introduced three beehives and created a pond to add to the biodiversity of my gardens. And I’ve been really happy to share all this progress with my followers online.
I’ve achieved so much in my own gardens and always come back to the desire to teach. For me, the most important part of my work is to spread my knowledge. I love to support others to grow their own food in easy and effective ways. I hope you’ll find the same tremendous joy and harvests.