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Charles Dowding's No Dig Gardening, Course Book 1 - From Weeds to Vegetables Easily and Quickly (DIGITAL VERSION)

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Compared to my other books, this one has much more about no dig, compost and compost making, and using compost. There is also a history of no dig vegetable gardening in the last hundred years. I want you to understand the context, and the reasons why no dig has not been much valued until recently, and why it is now.

Plus there is a chapter on site evaluation and planning your layout, and a whole section on clearing weeds by mulching, with all the associated details.

Although the book is not a manual of vegetable growing, it has two chapters with detailed planting plans for small spaces. These are based on what I grew there in successive seasons together with the results, and how no dig helped to achieve these results. For the 25m2/270ft2 small garden, there are two years' of planting plans, and tables of the subsequent harvests.

I use the results of my Homeacres trials to help you understand how no dig works, and the value of different composts. I also question and demonstrate the need, or not, to grow vegetables in a different place each year.

This book is based around the written content and photos of my no dig online course. It has 19 chapters, covering the key methods and wonderful results of no dig.

From starting with weeds, to sowing and planting straightaway and cropping soon after that.

You learn how to:


  • Use no dig on different soil types
  • Ask questions and recognise gardening myths, to save time and unnecessary effort
  • Create and look after beds and paths, with a whole lesson on paths and their value.
  • Recognise and massively reduce the different types of weeds
  • Understand and use different types of mulch or soil cover
  • Know the differences between soil, compost and different types of compost
  • Make your own compost
  • Grow an abundance of vegetables using the no dig method. There are growing plans for one bed and for the small garden, with photos and tables to illustrate the results.


Each lesson is comprehensively illustrated, with time-sequences of captioned photos from my highly productive gardens. Lessons finish with a multiple choice quiz to consolidate learning.


This is a highly detailed resource for anyone wishing to learn and garden with the no dig method.

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Charles Dowding's No Dig Gardening, Course Book 1 - From Weeds to Vegetables Easily and Quickly (DIGITAL VERSION)

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Compared to my other books, this one has much more about no dig, compost and compost making, and using compost. There is also a history of no dig vegetable gardening in the last hundred years. I want you to understand the context, and the reasons why no dig has not been much valued until recently, and why it is now.

Plus there is a chapter on site evaluation and planning your layout, and a whole section on clearing weeds by mulching, with all the associated details.

Although the book is not a manual of vegetable growing, it has two chapters with detailed planting plans for small spaces. These are based on what I grew there in successive seasons together with the results, and how no dig helped to achieve these results. For the 25m2/270ft2 small garden, there are two years' of planting plans, and tables of the subsequent harvests.

I use the results of my Homeacres trials to help you understand how no dig works, and the value of different composts. I also question and demonstrate the need, or not, to grow vegetables in a different place each year.

This book is based around the written content and photos of my no dig online course. It has 19 chapters, covering the key methods and wonderful results of no dig.

From starting with weeds, to sowing and planting straightaway and cropping soon after that.

You learn how to:


  • Use no dig on different soil types
  • Ask questions and recognise gardening myths, to save time and unnecessary effort
  • Create and look after beds and paths, with a whole lesson on paths and their value.
  • Recognise and massively reduce the different types of weeds
  • Understand and use different types of mulch or soil cover
  • Know the differences between soil, compost and different types of compost
  • Make your own compost
  • Grow an abundance of vegetables using the no dig method. There are growing plans for one bed and for the small garden, with photos and tables to illustrate the results.


Each lesson is comprehensively illustrated, with time-sequences of captioned photos from my highly productive gardens. Lessons finish with a multiple choice quiz to consolidate learning.


This is a highly detailed resource for anyone wishing to learn and garden with the no dig method.

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Compared to my other books, this one has much more about no dig, compost and compost making, and using compost. There is also a history of no dig vegetable gardening in the last hundred years. I want you to understand the context, and the reasons why no dig has not been much valued until recently, and why it is now.

Plus there is a chapter on site evaluation and planning your layout, and a whole section on clearing weeds by mulching, with all the associated details.

Although the book is not a manual of vegetable growing, it has two chapters with detailed planting plans for small spaces. These are based on what I grew there in successive seasons together with the results, and how no dig helped to achieve these results. For the 25m2/270ft2 small garden, there are two years' of planting plans, and tables of the subsequent harvests.

I use the results of my Homeacres trials to help you understand how no dig works, and the value of different composts. I also question and demonstrate the need, or not, to grow vegetables in a different place each year.

This book is based around the written content and photos of my no dig online course. It has 19 chapters, covering the key methods and wonderful results of no dig.

From starting with weeds, to sowing and planting straightaway and cropping soon after that.

You learn how to:


  • Use no dig on different soil types
  • Ask questions and recognise gardening myths, to save time and unnecessary effort
  • Create and look after beds and paths, with a whole lesson on paths and their value.
  • Recognise and massively reduce the different types of weeds
  • Understand and use different types of mulch or soil cover
  • Know the differences between soil, compost and different types of compost
  • Make your own compost
  • Grow an abundance of vegetables using the no dig method. There are growing plans for one bed and for the small garden, with photos and tables to illustrate the results.


Each lesson is comprehensively illustrated, with time-sequences of captioned photos from my highly productive gardens. Lessons finish with a multiple choice quiz to consolidate learning.


This is a highly detailed resource for anyone wishing to learn and garden with the no dig method.

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Compared to my other books, this one has much more about no dig, compost and compost making, and using compost. There is also a history of no dig vegetable gardening in the last hundred years. I want you to understand the context, and the reasons why no dig has not been much valued until recently, and why it is now.

Plus there is a chapter on site evaluation and planning your layout, and a whole section on clearing weeds by mulching, with all the associated details.

Although the book is not a manual of vegetable growing, it has two chapters with detailed planting plans for small spaces. These are based on what I grew there in successive seasons together with the results, and how no dig helped to achieve these results. For the 25m2/270ft2 small garden, there are two years' of planting plans, and tables of the subsequent harvests.

I use the results of my Homeacres trials to help you understand how no dig works, and the value of different composts. I also question and demonstrate the need, or not, to grow vegetables in a different place each year.

This book is based around the written content and photos of my no dig online course. It has 19 chapters, covering the key methods and wonderful results of no dig.

From starting with weeds, to sowing and planting straightaway and cropping soon after that.

You learn how to:


  • Use no dig on different soil types
  • Ask questions and recognise gardening myths, to save time and unnecessary effort
  • Create and look after beds and paths, with a whole lesson on paths and their value.
  • Recognise and massively reduce the different types of weeds
  • Understand and use different types of mulch or soil cover
  • Know the differences between soil, compost and different types of compost
  • Make your own compost
  • Grow an abundance of vegetables using the no dig method. There are growing plans for one bed and for the small garden, with photos and tables to illustrate the results.


Each lesson is comprehensively illustrated, with time-sequences of captioned photos from my highly productive gardens. Lessons finish with a multiple choice quiz to consolidate learning.


This is a highly detailed resource for anyone wishing to learn and garden with the no dig method.

Charles Dowding's No Dig Gardening, Course Book 1 - From Weeds to Vegetables Easily and Quickly (DIGITAL VERSION)

£ 14.50 
Buy now


Compared to my other books, this one has much more about no dig, compost and compost making, and using compost. There is also a history of no dig vegetable gardening in the last hundred years. I want you to understand the context, and the reasons why no dig has not been much valued until recently, and why it is now.

Plus there is a chapter on site evaluation and planning your layout, and a whole section on clearing weeds by mulching, with all the associated details.

Although the book is not a manual of vegetable growing, it has two chapters with detailed planting plans for small spaces. These are based on what I grew there in successive seasons together with the results, and how no dig helped to achieve these results. For the 25m2/270ft2 small garden, there are two years' of planting plans, and tables of the subsequent harvests.

I use the results of my Homeacres trials to help you understand how no dig works, and the value of different composts. I also question and demonstrate the need, or not, to grow vegetables in a different place each year.

This book is based around the written content and photos of my no dig online course. It has 19 chapters, covering the key methods and wonderful results of no dig.

From starting with weeds, to sowing and planting straightaway and cropping soon after that.

You learn how to:


  • Use no dig on different soil types
  • Ask questions and recognise gardening myths, to save time and unnecessary effort
  • Create and look after beds and paths, with a whole lesson on paths and their value.
  • Recognise and massively reduce the different types of weeds
  • Understand and use different types of mulch or soil cover
  • Know the differences between soil, compost and different types of compost
  • Make your own compost
  • Grow an abundance of vegetables using the no dig method. There are growing plans for one bed and for the small garden, with photos and tables to illustrate the results.


Each lesson is comprehensively illustrated, with time-sequences of captioned photos from my highly productive gardens. Lessons finish with a multiple choice quiz to consolidate learning.


This is a highly detailed resource for anyone wishing to learn and garden with the no dig method.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse varius enim in eros elementum tristique. Duis cursus, mi quis viverra ornare, eros dolor interdum nulla, ut commodo diam libero vitae erat.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse varius enim in eros elementum tristique. Duis cursus, mi quis viverra ornare, eros dolor interdum nulla, ut commodo diam libero vitae erat.