shoveling the compost onto the beds WTF? Hey idiots, It's called a manure spreader....BUY ONE!!!
Hello From Poughkeepsie. Keep up the good work. Thank you!
because of tilling millions of tones of soil is lost from farming on tilled soil. Bravo , I love what you are doing!
Thank you for sharing. It is a good feeling watching farmers change for more sustainable practices. Hope many others farmers do the same. Would be good for our health for sure!.
I see no tilling this way, it doesn't matter what you do, you still will have to turn the soil like you would a compost pile. I've been on one to many farms and come from farming and ranching to know that, you can lay down cut up stocks and put compost on top plus organic fertilizers and minerals, it will need to be turned eventually. Some of you might disagree, but this method is not new and has been used for many centuries.
Here we see a great video of people actually doing something, and then comment after comment of know it alls who have nothing to offer thinking they know better, with no humility at all.
The only criticism I have is that they do not go enough into their process so that we can have an idea of what they are doing and how they do it.
No luck about it...these people are figuring out our farming future!
Thanks for sharing .... Good luck !!
Time to switch to permaculture and establish hugelkultur mounds, swales and adopt a polyculture approach.
no plowing, cool.. saves energy =]
Large amounts of compost, and the ability to make large amounts, is absolutely the key. I am just starting a "winrow" composting approach that will yield quite a few yards next spring so we can put it on our garden. Thanks for this video. It helped.
add dandelion leaves to your salad and it is super beneficial for your liver. It has some body cleansing characteristics.
So do ya just drive loader on part your not gardening then spread by hand and wheelbarrow? Heard a spreader was used, wouldn't that mean equipment going over garden area?
Just a thought...The dandelions are actually great companion plants. They draw nitrogen into the soil with their large taproots and are edible in every way. The leaves are a salad green, the flowers are good for tea, salads, or even wine and beer. The roots make an excellent alternative to coffee once roasted.
Stop drinking rounup
I TILL MY SOIL AND BUY NON GMO SEEDS AND WE TILL OUR FARM FIELDS WITH DISC AND CHISELING AND WE DO WELL. THIS SILLY NO TILL IS MONSANTO'S IDEA AS THEY ARE DE POPULATING PEOPLE..
Call it what you want, it's still awesome.
Tried compost mulching in the garden a few years ago however the voles made good use of it by burrowing under and eating my root crop veggies. Love to try it again but is there a way to keep critters from using it to their advantage ??? Thanks and great information you've posted//