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Organic no dig edible garden bed

MitchellMc
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Re: Update on our Organic No Dig Edible Garden

Hi @mich1972,

 

Some fantastic tips there which I'm sure our members will appreciate. Many thanks for sharing your knowledge.

 

Mitchell

 

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mich1972
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Re: Update on our Organic No Dig Edible Garden

We are getting plenty of Zucchini’s from our No Dig Edibles Bed 🐝🐝

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Chaks_DIY
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Re: Organic no dig edible garden bed

This is amazing !!!!

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MitchellMc
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Re: Update on our Organic No Dig Edible Garden

Those are some good-sized Zucchinis @mich1972. It looks like all your preparation is really paying off, which it's fantastic to see.

 

Many thanks for the update.

 

Mitchell

 

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mich1972
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Re: Organic no dig edible garden bed

Thank You @MitchellMc  and @Chaks_DIY 

 

With our dreadful lifeless Bassendean Sands here in Perth it’s really important to top up regularly with Organic matter and nutrients. 😊

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Manz
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Re: Organic no dig edible garden bed

Hi I've just joined & found this to be very informative. In the next few months I will be starting a virgin veggie patch once the new house is built.

I look forward to starting this after reading this Organic no dig story.

Hopefully I will have some wonderful veggie photos to share.

 

Thank you mich1972

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Jason
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Re: Organic no dig edible garden bed

Great to have you join the Bunnings Workshop community @Manz. As you can see, we have loads of clever and creative members sharing helpful advice and project inspiration on the site every day. We're sure you'll find lots of other helpful posts as you browse the site, and please feel free to hit the Start a discussion button anytime you need a hand or have a new project to share. 

 

Thanks for the feedback about this discussion, I'm sure @mich1972 really appreciates it. 

 

Looking forward to seeing how your new vegetable patch comes along and what you harvest from it.

 

Jason

 

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mich1972
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Re: Organic no dig edible garden bed

Thank you @Manz i really appreciate it !!! Everything starts with good soil preparation, to build it up and get the most out of it. It’s so enjoyable growing edibles and not using any chemicals. 

Good luck building your home and looking forward to seeing your own edible garden 🌿💚😊

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