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Compost Maker: How to Start Building a Good, Cheap Compost By Michael Greene
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You get everything you need to understand - how to create organic compost! Learn how to successfully make organic compost is contained within this impressive work. This newly released work is the... More > quickest and easiest way to begin successfully gardening today! Take a look at the specifics contained within this amazing book: • A simple explanation of composting; how it works, why it’s necessary and how to do it! • A season by season explanation of composting • Tips on Turning Compost • How to Make Humus-step by step! • Understanding how Temperature Effects Composting • How to find more organic composting than your home/land produces to grow even larger gardens • How to keep down the smell of a compost/waste bucket Instead of spending a fortune on so-called experts or knocking yourself out with the old trial and error method, there is an easier way to enjoy the organic foods you want, homegrown, without spending a fortune on them at the market.< Less
Everyone Can Make Compost By Drum Publication Group
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Written in Sgaw Karen Language this small book explains how to make garden compost.
Compost, Food & Beer By Karen Colson, Margaret Sparks
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This is a small collection of recipes from the girls that volunteer at the Parks Community Garden in Arizona. It also includes bits and pieces about each girl and how we have all become friends by... More > working with dirt.< Less
Compost-ology Workbook By Lori De La Cruz
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In Compost-ology, you’ll learn how to make compost in your own backyard. Backyard composting can be the most economical and environmental way to manage organic materials produced at home. The... More > benefits include diverting material from the landfill, saving money, improving soil & plant health, conserving water and reducing use of garden chemicals. You’ll also learn how to compost your food scraps by vermicomposting. Vermicomposting is the process of using red wiggler worms to convert food scraps into nutrient-rich compost.< Less
Compost-ology Workbook By Lori De La Cruz
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In Compost-ology, you’ll learn how to make compost in your own backyard. Backyard composting can be the most economical and environmental way to manage organic materials produced at home. The... More > benefits include diverting material from the landfill, saving money, improving soil & plant health, conserving water and reducing use of garden chemicals. You’ll also learn how to compost your food scraps by vermicomposting. Vermicomposting is the process of using red wiggler worms to convert food scraps into nutrient-rich compost.< Less
Compost for Your Garden - Better Crops, Lower Costs By Maggie Norris
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Yeah, yeah there's nothing "sexy" about compost is there? Or is there? If you have been gardening for some time with less than optimum results, maybe you need to rethink your current... More > strategy. For instance, Have you ever considered studying the sex lives of earthworms? What the heck. Don't knock it til you've tried it. Or at least learned more about it. Maybe you have thought about composting but were scared away by the potential problems. Like smell, vermin and other stuff you really don't know much about. Listen, if you are a gardener you at least owe it to your- self to learn more about it. What if it really can improve the results you get now? Is it really better than artificial compounds that do more harm than good? You will find out everything you need to know about "Compost for Your Garden!": Learn what types of bins and boxes are most helpful. Find out everything you need to know about worm farms. Discover the best choices for your first compost. How to find the most helpful resources.< Less
A Superior Alternative to Composting for Gardeners, Home owners, Farmers, and Industrial Practitioners in Organic Waste Processing By Lawrence Green MD PhD
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Dr. Green, an expert in bokashi fermenting, will show you how to better and more simply convert all of your organic waste into products for the garden. You can enrich your garden, get rid of smelly... More > garbage, get rid of rats, vermin and insects that love the garbage. Stop wasting the "organic waste"! It's easy. Stop paying to have your waste hauled off. Learn how to feed your garden nutrients that will do it some good. Tired of putting the pet waste in the trash? Eliminate the smelly poop and flies. Now you can process cat litter or dog poop in your ornamental garden after fermenting. Bokashi fermenting is the superior alternative to composting.< Less
Worm Farming for Beginners: Vermiculture Starter Guide: Become a Backyard Worm Farmer Make and Sell Natural Worm Compost By Urban Hillbilly
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Are you curious what worm farming is and what it takes to get started? Can it really be fun and profitable? These are just a few questions I had before I started worm farming. You will see that... More > starting in worm farming is easy and fun! You will discover all the benefits of vermicomposting, it's many uses, and how to turn it into a fun and profitable hobby. Weather you take advantage or vermicompost for fishing bait, or a source of food for feeding your wild birds, feeding those backyard chickens or fish, or just fertilizing your organic backyard garden. This is a fun and enjoyable hobby anyone can learn. Getting started is easy so start now! Generate income and promote a healthy ecosystem and a healthy life. Get your copy today!< Less
"How to Create a Worm Farm That Works!" By Lynda Ford
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A simple, straight forward 'How-To' Guide to establishing a successful and productive Worm Farm using compost worms, to recycle your family's organic household waste.Due to compost worms preference... More > for manures,kitchen waste, mulch, leaf litter and other decomposing organic material to live in, they are our perfect waste converter companions and best harnessed to do this job by being placed into a ‘managed’ worm farm, rather than released directly into the soil.The benefits of creating a worm farm will be felt not only by your own household, but also by your garden productivity and our natural environment. Why not start one today?< Less
How to Save Your Farm 2 By Sir R. George Stapledon, George Elliot, Newman Turner
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When I came to Goosegreen Farm the first calf born was dead. Disease was already master of the farm. Was I to be man enough to face such a master and turn his efforts to my own advantage? I thought I... More > was, but disease drained the resources of the farm for nearly five years, ruining nearly two herds of cattle in the process, before I reached a position of stability in the health and production of the farm. This kind of farming restored life to a dying farm. Everything on the farm, from the soil teeming with life and fertility, to the cows all pregnant or in full milk, and to the farmer and his family full of energy and good health, acclaim the rightness of this policy. Such restoration of a dead farm is an achievement worth any man's efforts, and success within the reach of any farmer who will turn back to fertility farming, and eschew the 'get-rich-quick' methods of commercialized science, which are in fact a snare.< Less

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