Intensive Gardening: Grow More Food in Less Space (With the Least Work!)

February 24, 2014 at 11:44 am Leave a comment

by Linda Gilkeson, Mother Earth News, February, 2014

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Whether you grow food on a spacious homestead or are digging into your first urban garden, ditching the plant-by-rows approach and instead adopting intensive gardening techniques can help you grow a more productive garden that’s also more efficient to manage. These methods will open up a new world when it comes to small-space gardening, which can be so much more than just a few lone pots on a balcony. If you do it right, you can grow more food in less space and put an impressive dent in your household’s fresh-food needs.

To learn how to blend the best principles of biointensive gardening and square-foot gardening by devising a customized, highly productive intensive gardening system, read more HERE>>

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Entry filed under: Food, Gardens, How-To.

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