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Midsummer in the No-Dig Garden: Clearing and Replanting

Showing how quick and easy it is, using a no dig approach, to clear one crop and plant another. Twist out stems of the finished crop, leaving most roots in the ground, dib holes, pop in the next crop, water, and that is it.

No soil loosening or fertilising is needed because well-fed soil does all that.

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