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    Lasagna Gardening

    Fri Oct 19, 2012 6:23 pm
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    NO digging, weeding, and rototilling, a way to produce more regardless of time constraints, physical limitations, or power-tool ineptitude. Sounds like a real plan! If you're interested, now's the time to git 'r done!

    Sun Oct 21, 2012 5:58 pm Groupie
    The woman responsible for this method was Ruth Stout, aka "the mother of mulch" and "the no-dig duchess". She wrote several books on the subject many years ago.
    Mimi in Maine
    Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:53 am Groupie
    I have this book and made a "Lasagne Garden" several years ago. It works. I did it in the fall and let it lay all winter. With all the snow it looked like a grave, but in the spring I went out and dug down under all the stuff and it was loaded with nice worms and the soil was so black and wonderful. Try it sometime. The book is worth its weight in gold.
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