A Look at 5 Year Old Leaf Compost - And the Importance of Healthy Soil, by Huw Richards
Leaf mold is a brown gold that is easy to make, given you wait that it decomposes over a year or two.
Thanks to Huw Richards for sharing his wisdom and knowledge! I wrote the following notes watching the video published on Huw Richards's channel.
You can watch it using this YouTube link.
Making good leaf mold
It is easier to decompose leaves if they are shredded. It is only a matter of time: the finer the leaves are, the quicker they will decompose.
What do you get after 5 years
You get a very fine and soft texture that is really a good material to start seedlings.
It is not really good to retain the water, though.
It is a great example how nature work and how you work with it.
If you understand the soil and you can enrich it, you will find the way to grow stronger and more producing vegetables.
To continue ready, use the link about Compost or about Permaculture below.