Lazy vegetable garden, and small bales of hay - a lazy idea.

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Lazy vegetable garden, and small bales of hay - a lazy idea.




by Bobinsana » 08/10/21, 17:19

Hello,
I just started my sloth vegetable garden, and got my hay (from the regrowth) this morning. And I got it back in SMALL BALLS.
These small balls form a parallelepiped of approximately 30 cm x 80 cm x 40 cm, composed of almost pre-cut mini balls.

And since I'm a dead lazy man, I had an idea, and I would like to know if there is a contraindication.

Basically:
1) I unpacked the bales, allowing me to obtain hay dominoes that I put side by side like lino. Each ball gives about 10 dominoes. Each domino is about 15 cm thick, ultra packed.
2) I then covered each domino with another domino cut in 2. This a priori makes it possible to cover the bottom domino well.

3) Finally, when the time comes for planting, I plan to plant BETWEEN my domino spans, which are ultra stuck for the moment but which I can easily grow.

In short, it seems super simple to me, maybe too much. Am I too lazy?
Thank you!
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by Doris » 08/10/21, 17:59

I do it like this, when I have small bales of hay, it works well.
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by Ahmed » 08/10/21, 18:31

This is also the way I proceed with my homemade small bundles: it's the easiest. The problem of creating furrows only exists in the case of large unrolled round bales (but it is easier to install!).
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