IT PAYS TO KEEP ON TOP OF CHORES…

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Things got a little bit out of hand this summer in the market garden, so I’m dedicating the next month to putting things back in order. Today I want to talk about the poor economy of letting things get out of control, and how a stitch in time might save 15-20 in the long run.

How do you prefer to run your market garden?

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Richard

YOU MIGHT ALSO FANCY…

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  1. Glenn

    Hi Richard, I would like to purchase your book Regenerative Agriculture but see that you do not ship to South Africa – is it possible to make alternative shipping arrangements to get hold of a physical copy? Any other options you can suggest? Thanks.

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  2. Chris Bergquist

    Richard, that was great to see, as it was something I can definitely relate to. Not doing market gardening, more homestead or “permaculture” style trying to build an abundance of plants into a food forest/orchard on my small lot. In that style diversity and abundance of plants are key priorities but I still struggle with what to do with “weeds” like dandelions. Anyways, thanks for the video. It’ll be time to get my Japanese hoe out soon.

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  3. Barbara

    Gabe Brown in North Dakota argues that cover crops di not work with annuals

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  4. Christoph Poschenrieder

    Dear Richard,
    i have exactly the same problems, weeds, slugs and snails. My Garden Beds are full with seeds from several weeds and they grow every year. I start in spring with mulching too.

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