Boy are we are thinking a lot about getting our hands in some dirt these days! We’ve got a brand new guide for you this year!
If you’ve been following us for awhile, you’ve likely observed that we use a lot of intensive gardening techniques. Truth be told, every single one of our gardens utilizes intensive gardening to some degree.
Like many of you, we were introduced to the concept of intensive gardening via the “square foot gardening” method. Unfortunately, the method isn’t quite the gardening mecca we had hoped for, but it’s still a heavily useful technique for growing food densely.
In the years since that introduction to SFG, we have heavily modified the technique to suit our own purposes. This post talks about those modifications that we’ve made and how we’ve come to utilizing it across our entire food production practice.
If you’re thinking about practicing the technique this year, or maybe picking it back up, this is a must-read post for you. If you want to increase your food production in a small space, this is the technique for you. It is the absolute backbone of our gardening methods.