For more than four decades, Charles Dowding has been growing his own vegetables, mastering the very best ways to do it. But it wasn’t until more recently that he started sharing all of his knowledge with people around the world.

Press play to learn:

  • How the “no dig” method works as a labor-saving way of high-yield gardening
  • How doing less to your soil can lead to more (and better) food in your kitchen!
  • Soil health – how it works, how to foster it, and what it can do for you
  • Why weeds are a good sign, and how to get rid of them using the “no dig” method
  • Whether you should cover your crops
  • How much new compost to add to the soil each year

Interested in learning more?

Tune in, read Dowding’s book titled No Dig: Nurture Your Soil to Grow Better Veg with Less Effort, and check out his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/CharlesDowding1nodig

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3bO8R6q

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