BUILDING NO-DIG/NO-TILL BEDS

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I’m on the beautiful island of Gotland helping to prepare no-dig beds for a new farm here. The Ridgedale-style of no-dig market gardening has influenced tens of thousands of farms around the world, but I’ve never actually been able to show how I made them from scratch because the farm was set up before I started making videos, so I thought I’d show you the process here.

Will you be making no-dig beds this year?

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Best,

Richard

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  1. Adrian Klimek

    Richard
    Love this jig for the No Till Beds. Built mine approx 0.75m X 5.0m… this is way easier than using string line.
    Love the Reg Ag book as well. Keep up the awesome work.
    Respectfully,
    Adrian Klimek
    Gaffney, SC, USA

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  2. Maria

    Thank you for sharing! Your work inspires us here in Finland to try no-dig homestead too.

    It’s really awesome how beautiful these beds look like! I wish we could maybe see one “after” photo/video from this place in the middle of summer when all greens are up. 🙂

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  3. Samantha

    What would you do for a squash bed? Bigger rows and let it spread on the rows?

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