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No to gardening

an organic cultivation technique that tries to disturb the soil as little as possible. Instead of using shovels, rakes, tillers, etc. to turn and otherwise improve the soil, it is left undisturbed. Instead of adding fertiliser and improving the cultivated area with different mixtures, organic fertilisers, biomass, topsoil, etc. are placed on top of the soil, giving it an extra layer. In this way, the nutrient is slowly released and works its way down. Supporters of this technique see it as a more natural approach where plants are allowed to engage in a naturalistic cycle, and that this has a wide range of benefits such as: More air in the soil, increased microbiological activity, less work etc.

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