Many people hear about the ecological benefits of the no-till garden and want to give it a try. They figure that without the tilling, they will surely save time and have less work to do. While this can be true in the long term, transitioning to a successful no-till garden will require replacing the tilling with a few other habits to get started off right. Here’s how to make that transition with the least amount of headache.
About the Author
- Amy Stross
Amy is the author of The Suburban Micro-Farm: Modern Solutions for Busy People. She is an avid permaculture gardener, writer, and educator. She has helped to manage an organic farm project and worked as a professional landscape gardener, in addition to transforming her suburban yard into an edible landscape. Her training in permaculture design led her to develop a community food forest at her local university. Amy has reached hundreds of thousands of people with her expertise and adventures in permaculture gardening at TenthAcreFarm.com.
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