Has anyone had a go at the 'no dig' approach? I've been looking into it a lot lately and obviously all of those online that champion it, usually have some kind of horticultural school that they are also trying to plug, so of course they are going to praise the approach. I'm hoping one of you wiley lot have had a go. From my findings it actually does make sense. It comes down to not disturbing the soil. The structure takes a long time to form, so going in and tilling and turning it all disturbs what has formed. If you think of natural habitats which grow abundantly, nobody goes in and tills it, nature takes its course. Weeds would be my only worry but the advice is to cover with black sheeting so that they die down and then cover what has died with a small amount (2 inches) of well rotted muck and compost mulch mix. Then recover again with the plastic. The area is then ready. I'm just curious as to whether it works well or not. So if anyone is in the know, please give me a shout. Cheers!