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Worm Composting DIY Construction Manual By David Stark
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This is the perfect worm composter for small spaces like in the corner of the back yard or the corner of a greenhouse. The foot print is only 2’x2’ but the composter without the extension... More > will hold 10 cubic feet. Each extension adds 4 more cubic feet. It is the perfect size for both small batch sizes like from the kitchen, to large sizes coming from a large garden harvest or landscaping clean up. No turning, load from the top and harvest from the bottom. Us it and add the life giving magic of worm casts/compost to your garden and potted plants.< Less
Vermiculture:Worm Farming as an Inexpensive and Green Way to Get Quality Compost By Donald Connelly
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Vermiculture means: cultivation of worms. It is possible because of the special characteristic of the worms. Worms contain both testes and ovaries as sex organs. Which means that worms are both male... More > and female. So that every worm can exchange sperms by overlapping the other worm and then lay eggs. This way their population rate increases automatically. Once they come out of an egg, it takes approximately a year to form a full size worm. Their population rate depends on many factors, such as the available quantity of food, moisture in the soil, PH of soil, salts available in the soil, the capacity of reproducing and dispersing of the worms and temperature of the soil etc.< Less
Kids Can Compost By Wen-Chia Parker
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Children love to help take care of our earth. Composting is a fun and easy way for grown ups and children alike to do something good for our environment. This picture book teaches that composting... More > reuses and recycles our resources and reduces waste. Plus, you get some new pets, lots of worms and bugs!< Less
Kids Can Compost By Wen-Chia Parker
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Children love to help take care of our earth. Composting is a fun and easy way for grown ups and children alike to do something good for our environment. This picture book teaches that composting... More > reuses and recycles our resources and reduces waste. Plus, you get some new pets, lots of worms and bugs!< 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
The Days of Compost and Roses By Richard Stanford
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THE DAYS OF COMPOST AND ROSES will give you everything you need know about composting all year round. Composters, methods, raw materials, location, soil building, green manures, winter, spring,... More > summer, autumn – you will have more compost than you’ve ever imagined. Your vegetable and perennial gardens will thrive – regardless of the current state of your land. And you will accomplish all of this without chemicals, fertilizers, or back-breaking work. This 2nd Edition includes a new chapter DARWIN’S WORMS, exploring the key role these amazing creatures bring to your garden and the part that Charles Darwin played in the discovery.< Less
The Worm Digest By Jerry Reeves
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This book was written as a helpful guide to vermiculture, providing tips and info on a wonderful means of healthy composting and information to help get you started and guide you through the process... More > of setting up and maintaining a worm bin. Worms have been around for more than 600 million years and have been studied by many great people, which include Cleopatra, Darwin and Aristotle just to name a few. They have been praised for their contribution to the history of our planet and for good reason. They turn waste into treasure as they break down organic matter while producing nutrient rich soil high in nitrogen. The benefits they provide are numerous and unequaled to anything man has made with chemicals. Whether your interest is in reducing your carbon footprint on our planet, growing lush houseplants, increasing your crop production or a wide variety of other benefits, you are to be congratulated for your efforts. Well done!< Less
Composting Made Easy: Everything You Need to Know About Composting At Home By Carolina Rodriguez
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Composting is easy. All you have to do is buy (or make) the right bin and put stuff in, in the right order and there are trillions of insects, fungi and micro-organisms that will transform your... More > rotting waste into crumbly, rich compost while you sit and enjoy your garden with a glass of something cold. Think of the soft, sweet smelling earthiness of the forest floor -- no one had to lift a finger to make it and yet this is the very stuff that clings on to carbon and prevents it floating off to heat the big greenhouse in the sky. This book covers several aspects of composting such as: - What Is Composting? - The Greens And Browns Of Composting - The Big Deal On Industrial Composting Techniques - Teach Composting To Kids - The Benefits Of Composting - The Pros Of Composting Versus The Cons - Wriggly Friends Help Make Compost - When Will Your Compost Be Ready and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< 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