Here is a good article on 10 different intensive gardening methods you might find interesting.
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thanks for posting. that was interesting and informative. i especially liked the video on Ruth Stout's gardening.
Interesting! I have used the keyhole method though not with a raised bed. I highly recommend it. Never got so much produce in such a small space with so little work.
Thank you for sharing.
I have Ruth Stout's book, No Work Garden Book, around here some place. I bought it years ago.
I've done "intensive" gardening for many years. It helps keep weeds under control if you don't mulch your veggies.
"The soil is the source of life, creativity, culture and real independence." David Ben-Gurion
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