Simple Caveman gardening, no till, no dig, less water and little weeding, Regenerative Permaculture Farm and Garden podcast 27
Gardening and farming with less work, weeding, no tilling and no digging. How would a caveman garden? Well the caveman will not complicate growing vegetables. The caveman would see the point to grow food, is well to get food. I can’t see a caveman wasting time on things in the garden to piddle around. He has to hunt big critters with sticks so he is busy.
All kidding aside, what can we do in are garden to get the prize, food! What can we NOT do in our garden or on our farm to get the prize. This is a goal of mine, a annual garden is temporary, short lived and no a long play in a ecological system. I want to spend little time in a annual garden so I have more time building systems that are permanent. A permanent is a long term play and pays us back for generations. A annual garden is important, but since it is short lived, we need to figure out ways to get the products of a annual garden with as little energy as possible. If you give a plant more than it needs, the extra is waste. If you spend more time or energy on a annual garden, the time and energy spent is waste. Waste not want not.