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To dig, or not to dig?

Organic Blooms were delighted to achieve Soil Association certification back in February, but certification is not an end in itself.

Director Jo is doing a masters in organic farming and from her studies are flowing lots of ideas, questions and discussions about how the company can become more organic. One of the key areas they are looking at is: to dig, or not to dig? That is the question the team has been debating recently and they decided to turn to the one person they knew would be able to help resolve the issue: the great no-dig champion and market gardener Charles Dowding.

Read more at Organic Blooms

Publication date: 10/23/2017

 


 

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