Kaiser is fanatical about following what he calls the three main rules of soil health: Keep roots in the ground as much as possible. Keep the soil covered as much as possible. And disturb the soil as little as possible. To that end, Kaiser may plow a field once, when first reviving old land for planting. After that, he never plows it again. If a crop bed eventually needs some aeration, the most he will do is poke at it with a hand-spader like this one.
"Square Foot Gardening". I'm reading How to Grow More Vegetables, the latest edition of the GROW BIOINTENSIVE gardening movement. I have to read Square Foot Gardening, too. How else will I figure out what's the best for my space? *Nichole by missworthx