Creating a Lasagne bed

in theory – this is a one time make to create a no dig productive growing bed . using a variety of materials to create deep beds of new soils.
The prospective layers are something like these .. starting at the top layer working down to the existing soil layer.
TOP – ready to plant in
(the newspaper layer is only 3 sheets thick, bags need to be separated)

  • somewhat untidy tunnel going into the autumn 2015 - the best bit is the small lasagne bed beyond the wheelbarrow created in March this year.

* cover with feedbags if not using immediately ??
* shreddings / straw or haylage on the top
* compost to plant into
* **new leaves**
* rockdust
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **old grass clippings**
* wood ash
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **old leaves**
* rockdust
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **wool**
* wood ash
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **slashed leaves ? – dockens / rashes / crocosmia etc**
* rockdust
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **shredded bracken**
.mixed iwth new ones, a place to put the beech leaves ??
* wood ash
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **seaweed**
* rockdust
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **paper shreddings**
* wood ash
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **coffee**
* rockdust
* comfrey water
* newspaper / feed bags split
* **straw and muck from the byre** – this is where you get DEPTH – the muck can be anything from 3 – 12 months old
* rockdust & wood ash to get the base layers as well nourished as possible
* comfrey water
* –newspaper / feed bags split– packing paper
* **seaweed**
* rockdust & woodash to get the base layers as well nourished as possible
* comfrey water
* –newspaper / feed bags split– Packing paper
* **used old leaves** all the worms etc will lurve them.
* **seaweed**
* rockdust & woodash to get the base layers as well nourished as possible
* comfrey water
* –newspaper / feed bags split– Packing paper
* **compost** at least 2 inches all over
* cardboard or feed bags on the bottom