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Ask a Master Gardner: Digging into the No-Dig method

University of Vermont Extension Master Gardener Rob Kurth led a soil health workshop for gardeners at a community garden in Essex Junction this past summer as part of his “No-Till Community Garden Education” project.
Photo courtesy of the UVM Extension Master Gardener Program

Trends come and go, but in gardening, one that seems here to stay is the no-dig, also called the no-till method. How does the no-dig trend supplant thousands of years of tilling history?

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