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Farm & Market Garden Tour Year 2 – The Bullaun Ark

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In this Farm & Market Garden Tour we are revisiting the Bullaun Ark in Loughrea Co. Galway (Ireland). Charles and Shannon have made amazing progress in establishing a sustainable food production system with many rare exotic vegetables, herbs and fruits. The No Dig method is really helping to develop a soil structure promoting healthy soil […]

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3rd Drought this Summer and our No Dig Garden is doing Great

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In our maritime climate here in Ireland we welcome the occasional drought and in recent years we’ve been looking forward to a break after a relentlessly wet Winter. This year we had a second drought combined with a heat wave followed by.. you’ve guess it – a third drought lasting another 2 weeks. Our gardens […]

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Potato Harvest No Dig No Tools 30+KG in 15Mins

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Did you ever grow potatoes in your garden? Tell us about your experience in the comments below. In this video we are harvesting our No Dig potatoes all by hand without tools. The compost in the garden bed is lovely and malleable making it possible to pull up entire potato plants with ease. There is […]

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Finishing our NO DIG Wall Garden

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We finished our No Dig garden along a south west facing stone wall built in the early 18th century. We smothered the existing vegetation and layered on a generous 25-30cm of compost before making our paths by simply stepping them down and covering them with a thin layer of woodchips. We added some seaweed dust […]

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No Dig Food Forest Workshop Rowan Wellness and Gardens

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On the weekend we were helping to create a No Dig Food Forest at a workshop hosted by Rowan Wellness & Gardens in county Cavan, Ireland. We used the lasagne gardening method covering the grass with cardboard. Then adding  a generous layer of compost and finally topping it off with a layer of woodchips.

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Final Chicken Move and Pizza & Bumblebee Garden Update

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Last night we moved our chickens along with their coops and the electric fence. This time the chicken tractor has reached it’s final destination and we will be mulching the pen with 30cm of woodchips once they have cleared the grass. This system will produce compost and provide clean bedding for the chickens. In this […]