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Weeds – understand and control

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*The information contained in this pack has been taken from Module 4 of my online course, No Dig Gardening, so if you have purchased this course, or just Module 4 , you will already have the information. For any queries, please email anna@charlesdowding.co.uk

Please note, this is a digital product and only accessible via the website. It is not downloadable.*

This is huge and important knowledge pack which will save you much time and effort, particularly if you have a weedy site when starting out. Appropriate mulching in year one enables you to experience the joy of weed-free soil. Not 100% weed free for sure, but highly manageable, and I show you how.

Identify your main weeds to know better how to mulch, what types of mulch to use, and how to stay weed free all the time.

Two types of weeds

Learn the important differences between two main types of weeds, and details of the most common weeds. In particular, I explain the characteristics and differences of annual and perennial weeds.

It helps to name and understand each weed. That informs you whether it’s best to mulch or to remove the ones you find, and how urgently. Understand how their growth tendencies affect what you need to do, in order to achieve clean soil for easy growing.

Going weed free with organic mulches

Eliminating perennial weeds is possible with no dig, and here is the how-to, using mulches of organic matter only. I explain why it’s so successful in eliminating what are often seen as difficult, if not impossible, weeds.

For example, if you attempt to dig out the roots of perennial weeds, there are always a few roots that regrow. With no dig, 100% elimination is possible.

Going weed free with non-organic mulches

Non-organic mulches, plastic of various kinds, do not look nice. However they may have a use in year one, mainly for reducing and eliminating perennial weeds. You can also reuse the same plastic, several times if needed, on different areas of difficult weeds.

I show how to use plastic covers in conjunction with organic matter underneath. This improves soil at the same time as clearing weeds, and growing a harvest. Three wins.

Staying weed free

Be aware of how weeds can recolonise soil. You need to react to them when seen – does that sound stressful? Actually, no dig takes the pressure out of this. I explain how weeding can be enjoyable, because there is so little of it. I share tips on how to stay weed free in this lovely scenario. Such as hoeing your weeds before you see them!

Knowledge pack contents – includes text, photos and video:

  • Know your weeds – the two types
  • Organic mulches
  • Non-organic mulches
  • Staying weed free

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Weeds – understand and control

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*The information contained in this pack has been taken from Module 4 of my online course, No Dig Gardening, so if you have purchased this course, or just Module 4 , you will already have the information. For any queries, please email anna@charlesdowding.co.uk

Please note, this is a digital product and only accessible via the website. It is not downloadable.*

This is huge and important knowledge pack which will save you much time and effort, particularly if you have a weedy site when starting out. Appropriate mulching in year one enables you to experience the joy of weed-free soil. Not 100% weed free for sure, but highly manageable, and I show you how.

Identify your main weeds to know better how to mulch, what types of mulch to use, and how to stay weed free all the time.

Two types of weeds

Learn the important differences between two main types of weeds, and details of the most common weeds. In particular, I explain the characteristics and differences of annual and perennial weeds.

It helps to name and understand each weed. That informs you whether it’s best to mulch or to remove the ones you find, and how urgently. Understand how their growth tendencies affect what you need to do, in order to achieve clean soil for easy growing.

Going weed free with organic mulches

Eliminating perennial weeds is possible with no dig, and here is the how-to, using mulches of organic matter only. I explain why it’s so successful in eliminating what are often seen as difficult, if not impossible, weeds.

For example, if you attempt to dig out the roots of perennial weeds, there are always a few roots that regrow. With no dig, 100% elimination is possible.

Going weed free with non-organic mulches

Non-organic mulches, plastic of various kinds, do not look nice. However they may have a use in year one, mainly for reducing and eliminating perennial weeds. You can also reuse the same plastic, several times if needed, on different areas of difficult weeds.

I show how to use plastic covers in conjunction with organic matter underneath. This improves soil at the same time as clearing weeds, and growing a harvest. Three wins.

Staying weed free

Be aware of how weeds can recolonise soil. You need to react to them when seen – does that sound stressful? Actually, no dig takes the pressure out of this. I explain how weeding can be enjoyable, because there is so little of it. I share tips on how to stay weed free in this lovely scenario. Such as hoeing your weeds before you see them!

Knowledge pack contents – includes text, photos and video:

  • Know your weeds – the two types
  • Organic mulches
  • Non-organic mulches
  • Staying weed free

*The information contained in this pack has been taken from Module 4 of my online course, No Dig Gardening, so if you have purchased this course, or just Module 4 , you will already have the information. For any queries, please email anna@charlesdowding.co.uk

Please note, this is a digital product and only accessible via the website. It is not downloadable.*

This is huge and important knowledge pack which will save you much time and effort, particularly if you have a weedy site when starting out. Appropriate mulching in year one enables you to experience the joy of weed-free soil. Not 100% weed free for sure, but highly manageable, and I show you how.

Identify your main weeds to know better how to mulch, what types of mulch to use, and how to stay weed free all the time.

Two types of weeds

Learn the important differences between two main types of weeds, and details of the most common weeds. In particular, I explain the characteristics and differences of annual and perennial weeds.

It helps to name and understand each weed. That informs you whether it’s best to mulch or to remove the ones you find, and how urgently. Understand how their growth tendencies affect what you need to do, in order to achieve clean soil for easy growing.

Going weed free with organic mulches

Eliminating perennial weeds is possible with no dig, and here is the how-to, using mulches of organic matter only. I explain why it’s so successful in eliminating what are often seen as difficult, if not impossible, weeds.

For example, if you attempt to dig out the roots of perennial weeds, there are always a few roots that regrow. With no dig, 100% elimination is possible.

Going weed free with non-organic mulches

Non-organic mulches, plastic of various kinds, do not look nice. However they may have a use in year one, mainly for reducing and eliminating perennial weeds. You can also reuse the same plastic, several times if needed, on different areas of difficult weeds.

I show how to use plastic covers in conjunction with organic matter underneath. This improves soil at the same time as clearing weeds, and growing a harvest. Three wins.

Staying weed free

Be aware of how weeds can recolonise soil. You need to react to them when seen – does that sound stressful? Actually, no dig takes the pressure out of this. I explain how weeding can be enjoyable, because there is so little of it. I share tips on how to stay weed free in this lovely scenario. Such as hoeing your weeds before you see them!

Knowledge pack contents – includes text, photos and video:

  • Know your weeds – the two types
  • Organic mulches
  • Non-organic mulches
  • Staying weed free
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*The information contained in this pack has been taken from Module 4 of my online course, No Dig Gardening, so if you have purchased this course, or just Module 4 , you will already have the information. For any queries, please email anna@charlesdowding.co.uk

Please note, this is a digital product and only accessible via the website. It is not downloadable.*

This is huge and important knowledge pack which will save you much time and effort, particularly if you have a weedy site when starting out. Appropriate mulching in year one enables you to experience the joy of weed-free soil. Not 100% weed free for sure, but highly manageable, and I show you how.

Identify your main weeds to know better how to mulch, what types of mulch to use, and how to stay weed free all the time.

Two types of weeds

Learn the important differences between two main types of weeds, and details of the most common weeds. In particular, I explain the characteristics and differences of annual and perennial weeds.

It helps to name and understand each weed. That informs you whether it’s best to mulch or to remove the ones you find, and how urgently. Understand how their growth tendencies affect what you need to do, in order to achieve clean soil for easy growing.

Going weed free with organic mulches

Eliminating perennial weeds is possible with no dig, and here is the how-to, using mulches of organic matter only. I explain why it’s so successful in eliminating what are often seen as difficult, if not impossible, weeds.

For example, if you attempt to dig out the roots of perennial weeds, there are always a few roots that regrow. With no dig, 100% elimination is possible.

Going weed free with non-organic mulches

Non-organic mulches, plastic of various kinds, do not look nice. However they may have a use in year one, mainly for reducing and eliminating perennial weeds. You can also reuse the same plastic, several times if needed, on different areas of difficult weeds.

I show how to use plastic covers in conjunction with organic matter underneath. This improves soil at the same time as clearing weeds, and growing a harvest. Three wins.

Staying weed free

Be aware of how weeds can recolonise soil. You need to react to them when seen – does that sound stressful? Actually, no dig takes the pressure out of this. I explain how weeding can be enjoyable, because there is so little of it. I share tips on how to stay weed free in this lovely scenario. Such as hoeing your weeds before you see them!

Knowledge pack contents – includes text, photos and video:

  • Know your weeds – the two types
  • Organic mulches
  • Non-organic mulches
  • Staying weed free

Weeds – understand and control

£ 15 
Buy now

*The information contained in this pack has been taken from Module 4 of my online course, No Dig Gardening, so if you have purchased this course, or just Module 4 , you will already have the information. For any queries, please email anna@charlesdowding.co.uk

Please note, this is a digital product and only accessible via the website. It is not downloadable.*

This is huge and important knowledge pack which will save you much time and effort, particularly if you have a weedy site when starting out. Appropriate mulching in year one enables you to experience the joy of weed-free soil. Not 100% weed free for sure, but highly manageable, and I show you how.

Identify your main weeds to know better how to mulch, what types of mulch to use, and how to stay weed free all the time.

Two types of weeds

Learn the important differences between two main types of weeds, and details of the most common weeds. In particular, I explain the characteristics and differences of annual and perennial weeds.

It helps to name and understand each weed. That informs you whether it’s best to mulch or to remove the ones you find, and how urgently. Understand how their growth tendencies affect what you need to do, in order to achieve clean soil for easy growing.

Going weed free with organic mulches

Eliminating perennial weeds is possible with no dig, and here is the how-to, using mulches of organic matter only. I explain why it’s so successful in eliminating what are often seen as difficult, if not impossible, weeds.

For example, if you attempt to dig out the roots of perennial weeds, there are always a few roots that regrow. With no dig, 100% elimination is possible.

Going weed free with non-organic mulches

Non-organic mulches, plastic of various kinds, do not look nice. However they may have a use in year one, mainly for reducing and eliminating perennial weeds. You can also reuse the same plastic, several times if needed, on different areas of difficult weeds.

I show how to use plastic covers in conjunction with organic matter underneath. This improves soil at the same time as clearing weeds, and growing a harvest. Three wins.

Staying weed free

Be aware of how weeds can recolonise soil. You need to react to them when seen – does that sound stressful? Actually, no dig takes the pressure out of this. I explain how weeding can be enjoyable, because there is so little of it. I share tips on how to stay weed free in this lovely scenario. Such as hoeing your weeds before you see them!

Knowledge pack contents – includes text, photos and video:

  • Know your weeds – the two types
  • Organic mulches
  • Non-organic mulches
  • Staying weed free

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.