Re: [fukuoka_farming] Re: to dig or not to dig
- Dear Gloria,
Try to read, "No dig, no weed Gardening" by Raymond P.
Sergio J. Montinola
--- "Gloria C. Baikauskas" <gcb49@...> wrote:
> I would suggest you read Faulkner's "Plowman's
> Folly" online at
> http://www.soilandhealth.org He answers some of
> this there. He
> speaks of a tree growing on solid rock, for
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Calin A.
> <crandrei@y...> wrote:
> > how about in a place where there is no topsoil at
> > ? the spot i intend to garden is in the Florida
> > Panhandle , the soil is read loam covered with a
> > inches of sand . there are pretty big longleaf
> > growing naturally some smaller oak and saw
> > not too many weeds. this may be common to other
> > tropical areas where lots of heat and humidity
> > organic matter descompose fast but it doesn't stay
> > in place as hummus. the acidity of the soil
> > help much either. what would be the better way to
> > go about this ?
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