No-Dig Lasagna Gardening
Lasagna gardening can be an easy way to make a garden bed and create great garden soil at no cost. Build soil one layer at a time, just like the layers in lasagna, from organic material you have in your garden or can get from friends and neighbors. There is no digging and no tilling. Soil is built from the ground up. Grass, straw, leaves, weeds, compost, aged manure are just some of the garden ingredients you can use in your lasagna garden bed recipe. (Video #185)
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