CD Module Trays, made by Containerwise
Module trays of my own design, made of recycled polypropylene which is strong and durable.
The trays have wide holes at the bottom that enable plants to be pushed up easily and also improve drainage. The tapered cells require less compost and result in no waterlogging around the roots. The polypropylene creates smooth and solid cells that help plant rootballs slide upwards with little or no damage to the plant roots, and none to the tray.
More information in these YouTube videos:
I’ve used your CD60 trays for all sorts of veg and flower seed raising now, and they are by far my favourite trays to use. Sturdy, good size for seedling growth to transplant size, and the best bit for me is the size of the hole in the bottom of the cells. Having damaged hands means the trays are not too big and flimsy, but also I can get a good push on the plant from the bottom. Truly thrilled with them! Suzanne Walsh, Instagram 2021
The trays are available in three sizes – 15, 30 and 60 cell, and available from the following distributors (prices vary so best to check the individual websites).
The Netherlands: The Farm Dream
Norway: Lindholm gård
North America: All About The Garden
Charles Dowding Long-Handled Ash Dibber
A long-handled ash dibber of my own design which is made in the UK by an expert woodturning company. As you would expect for a product of this quality, the dibber is superbly sanded and finished with the best product available, Danish Oil.
You can buy the dibber for £34.95 via the Garden Imports UK website. The latest model features grooves notched into the timber at precise intervals (more info on this, and how to use the dibber, on the Garden Imports website).
We also have a stockist in North America, All About the Garden.
Covers – fleece, mesh and netting
I recommend the website Gardening Naturally for fleece, and bulk supplies of thin fleece, mesh and bird netting. My affiliate link is here.
I recommend the beautifully made copper tools sold on the Implementation website
First Tunnels are the experts in polytunnels – both my tunnels are from here.
At 2pm, less than five hours after starting – Will, Luke and Simon, the First Tunnels team; notice the sliding doors
For that No Dig reminder and to keep you warm in the garden, please visit the Teemill site to see a clothing range of my own design!
No Dig Gardening Video Guides, made in collaboration with Retrieve
There are several video guides available: Compost Making Guide, Growing In Small Spaces, How To Guide, How To Guide Part 2, No Dig Beginners Guide and The Ultimate Guide to Resolving Gardening Problems. All videos are searchable so you can jump to the topic that most interests you.
The guides can be bought individually or in bundles from here. There is a video introduction for each one so you can find out more about the content before purchasing.