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Roger Brook

As you would expect from a no dig gardener, I would like to point out that much of that degradation is a result of stirring up the soil by cultivation! As well of course, because of the removal of plant cover.


So true, Roger. It's amazing how compacted soil becomes with heavy rain when there's no plant cover.

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