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11 Comments

  • BluStarDave 1 month ago

    I only clicked on this to be viewer number 666 🙂

  • UK scrapper 1 month ago

    Great video and information dan thanks for sharing

  • Conor Hope 1 month ago

    Awesome stuff 🙂 my family are starting with the no-dig method on our quarter plot allotment.

  • lyonheart84 exotic fruit growing 1 month ago

    Be interesting to see how long it takes the no dig method to work, I think the cardboard breaks down pretty quickly

  • janelle javens 1 month ago

    Love from Westerville, Ohio, USA

  • janelle javens 1 month ago

    Love your videos Dan. Because of you and your great advice and instruction, I have made my own “homemade” poly tunnel. (I prefer no music. It is distracting.)

  • janelle javens 1 month ago

    Love your videos Dan. Because of you and your great advice and instruction, I have made my own “homemade” poly tunnel. (I prefer no music. It is distracting.)

  • jason hughes 1 month ago

    Dan you are always helpful ! In these sad times God bless.

  • Vox in Tenebris 1 month ago

    I have no doubt that no dig is good, but I just can't take to it. I don't feel that I've achieved anything unless I go out armed with my spade. I go up to my son's room and look out on the garden to see that it is straight (never is) and tidy. I have one long bed (hopefully for water melon and turnips) which I covered in 3 bags of straw over the winter. I have pulled that back for a peak and the soil is in ace condition below it, but I am itching to clean it off and dig it over again! I don't compost in my back garden, used to on the allotment. Let us know if you get any snakes in the compost 'bin', love reptiles. Dan, you could buy a Ilb of brandling worms at the fishing shop to expedite matters.
    BTW In Europe they have just said that they will not allow people to buy gardening stuff (seeds, compost etc) from the supermarkets, even if it is there on display. They have now said that gardening items are deemed 'non essential' (matter of opinion) If people haven't bought their seeds yet, may be worth getting them in case those measures come over here. Happy gardening all!

  • Gary Wilkinson 1 month ago

    Hi dan just started my no dig this weeks lifted some paving flags so no membrane required.6ft x4ft just as a tester.
    keep up the videos good work.all the best.( its friday night have a beer)

  • Darren James Cooper 1 month ago

    Great video Dan – if u get grass clippings from anyone make sure they have not used any pyrolid weedkillers!