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Charles Dowding's No Dig Gardening, Course 1

From Weeds to Vegetables Easily and Quickly

Charles Dowding



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No Dig Garden
02 October 2020
An in-depth course for experienced gardeners or those new to no dig gardening This book is for anyone wishing to learn the no dig method from the beginning, or to consolidate what they already know: it helps readers to see the simplicity of no dig, why it works so well, and how much time they can save. The course has six modules and totals 18 lessons, each one packed with easy-to-understand theory and practical advice. The lessons are beautifully illustrated with fully explained photos from Charles's no dig gardens. At the end of each lesson there is a multiple-choice quiz to consolidate learning, with answers in the appendix. This book will have a sequel, based on Charles's second online course.
Imprint:   No Dig Garden
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 240mm,  Width: 200mm,  Spine: 32mm
Weight:   889g
ISBN:   9781916092037
ISBN 10:   1916092039
Pages:   240
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Charles Dowding develops and explains time- and labour-saving methods of high-yielding nature-friendly gardening. He has written ten books and an annual calendar of sowing dates, runs a YouTube channel with 36 million views, writes for national gardening magazines, and gives talks and courses at home and abroad. He has created three online courses: No Dig Gardening, Course 1; Growing Success Course 2. His third online course appeared in 2021. He has been growing professionally since 1982, and has been experimenting with No Dig methods for the past 20 years. His current site at Homeacres is well known for its rapid transformation from weedy pasture to beautiful garden in just a half-year (see the video No Dig Abundance on Youtube). Currently he crops an intensive 0.35 acres/1300 square metres, and sells GBP20,000 of harvests-mainly salad leaves-locally.

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