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Straw Bale Gardening

Successful Gardening Without Weeding or Chemicals
Narrated by: Toby Sheets
Length: 33 mins
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The world of gardening no longer has to be the frustrating and challenging idea that it might seem to you today - so let’s embark on a useful, educational journey of discovery. You’ll learn about how to take this idea from stage one right through to the end, making sure that you hit all of the right notes and check off every box along the way.

Everything that you need to get the job done can be provided with relative ease to you; it’s all about making sure you have the commitment, and the consideration, to push forward. With that in mind, let’s take our first steps towards becoming successful straw bale gardening experts together! The world of successful straw bale gardening is only just around the corner; you need only start the process to finally make the right moves toward success.

©2016 Alex Allen (P)2018 Alex Allen

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Don't do it

Don't do it. Just turn around and walk away. Don't make the mistakes I've made.

This could well be an 8th grade research project. It is self-contradicting (sometimes all in once sentence), poorly researched (for a professional audiobook release; it's a sold "B" for an 8th grade report) and often not actually in-line with a lot of current thinking on the subject.

I have a straw bale garden, and was hoping to pick up a few tips. My sum total knowledge on the subject comes from reading about 1/3 of Joel Karsten's book, and even with that extremely limited frame of reference I could have written this book, for all the knowledge it contains.