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Protect our degraded soil by getting hands dirty, planting and composting

The UK’s love of gardening continues to flourish in a much needed boost for UK’s degraded soil. 9 in 10 Brits continue pandemic gardening habits with many motivated by desire to protect the planet, but few are aware their gardening efforts are providing the UK’s degraded soil a much-needed boost. Frances Tophill from Gardeners’ World encourages people to make positive changes and get their hands dirty, planting and composting to protect soil, whilst Claire Hattersley, Weleda’s biodynamic gardening expert explains that the sustainable beauty brand’s research reveals that a huge nine in 10 of us with an outdoor space remain committed to gardening, planning to spend the same if not more time being green-fingered this summer. Rob Mott reports…

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