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Adopt the no-dig approach

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6 May 2022

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No-dig borders are much less prone to compaction than traditional borders because the soil structure is not damaged by digging. Without the additional height and edging material of raised beds to divide them, borders can become fluid and the vegetable and ornamental garden can merge into one another. There is no need to stick to…...

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