No Till Lasagna Gardening takes compost, cardboard, yard and food waste and makes garden soil. Watch our video and learn how to build a no till lasagna garden bed in about an hour. Get our Email News: http://www.gardenfork.tv/sign-up-for-our-email-newsletter
Lasagna gardening – aka sheet mulching, sheet layering, or no till gardening – builds layers of compost, aged manure, cardboard, newspaper, kitchen waste, yard trimmings, leaves, etc. and makes garden soil basically. Its a good way to start a garden bed on top of existing grass. This is why its called no till gardening. The cardboard layer on the bottom kills the grass, and you don’t have to till up the grass and soil.
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