Here are some of the people I'm watching and learning from:
Auntie G the Experimental Enthusiastic Beginner!
Before taking over the plot I'd spent the 18 months since signing up researching different approaches. I've listed some (not all) of the channels which have really helped me define the type of growing that I want to do and learn more about :
These are areas that particularly interest me as I need to have a plot that I can manage physically (my back says digging is out of the question!) and to do as little as possible. The little as possible hopefully starts being created in 2022 when I want to learn more about permaculture and watering methods. But for now it is laying the foundations and keeping learning.
Hopefully if you click on their names I'll have linked you to their YouTube channels
Grow to Cook - great channel about permaculture and polyculture
Here are some links to some specific things I'm having a go at.
Growing potatoes in straw (experiment)
Watering the asparagus bed using Ollas
I wasn't too keen on using white tack or concrete as in this video, but elsewhere I saw them done by shaving a cork down. I've had them in my front garden for years and they have worked really well, so that is what I've also done at the lottie.