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Layer to Create the Best Compost Quickly The Three Steps on How to Make Compost
 

Layer to Create the Best Compost Quickly

Composting by Layering Composting is caused by the breaking down of organic materials through microbial digestion. In other words, microbes and critters eat the stuff we place in our compost beds, piles and bins and the left over digested matter is compost that is ready for your garden. In order to ensure the right environment […]

How Wet Should my Compost Be

Compost should be moist but not wet. you should be able to only squeeze a drop or two of water from your composting material. Too much water will cause anerobic conditions which will kill good bacteria. If your compost develops a sharp smell that smells like swamp muck, then your compost heap, or compost bin […]

The Three Steps on How to Make Compost

It’s quite easy to create your own compost if you know how to make compost using existing ingredients that you have at home. The first step on how to make compost is by having the right system. There are various ways to start composting. You can pile everything on the ground or you can use […]

Worm Composting – A Great Way to Provide Nutrients to Your Soil

07 June 2013

Worm composting is one of the simple methods to correct problems associated to polluted soil and low levels of nutrients in the soil. Worm composting is an effective soil enriching technique derived from numerous laboratory tests. Having a lot of worms in the soil of your garden is helpful in solving a lot of modern […]

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What is Compost and What Does It Do to Your Soil

07 June 2013

Many people are not aware of what is compost and how it benefits the soil. Compost is comprised of all-natural materials that can increase the quality of your soil and make your plants grow big and healthy. When discussing about what is compost, it is all about using chemical-free ingredients to add more nutrients to […]

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Starting a Business in Vermicomposting

07 June 2013

If you want to make money from composting, you might want to consider starting a business in vermicomposting. Even if you only want to use a bit of compost to enrich the soil in your garden, you can also make use of the vermicomposting technique. This technique provides a simple way to utilize the Red […]

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How to Make Your Own Compost Bin

07 June 2013

The easiest way of creating a compost bin is by not having a bin at all. This type of composting is very easy as you only have to pile all your waste in a place near your garden. However, if you don’t have a proper compost bin, you will likely attract pets and rodents and […]

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Compost Tumbler – Its Different Types and Benefits

07 June 2013

A compost tumbler is used to ease up the process of waste decomposition. The compost tumbler is available in varieties of sizes, shapes and designs. Many different kinds of materials have been used in the making of these tumblers. Some of them are designed for outdoor use, and some others are for indoor purposes. A […]

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Choosing the Best Composter to Enrich the Soil of Your Garden

07 June 2013

The use of a composter is highly needed when it comes to increasing the quality of your soil. When you have a garden and you want your plants to grow healthily, the use of compost becomes crucial. You can make your own compost by piling up organic waste from your garden and also from your […]

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Can Citrus Be Placed in Worm Beds?

03 January 2017

There is a body of wisdom out there that says that citrus cannot be placed into worm beds beds because it will somehow harm your worms or bedding. This is not true. Citrus refuse, like peels and uneaten oranges will rot and will attract gnats and flies. If your worm bed is outside, the citrus […]

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Composting Rabbit Manure to Make Worm Castings

14 July 2013

These are our manure machines. They are half Dutch rabbit and half California meat rabbit. We breed these for pets and the manure is used to feed our red worms, African Nightcrawlers and European Night Crawlers. Baby bunnies open their eyes and crawl out of the nest in about 11 days. Then they start feeding […]

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The Complete Compost Gardening Guide

04 July 2013

If you are looking for a complete composting guide then this book is what you need.  The book has everything from the basics through more complex composting like worm farming and caring for various fruits and vegetables.  

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Bill would Require Cities to Compost Portion of Waste Generated

15 June 2013

This is an interesting concept in Yakima. This would require cities to compost a certain percentage of the waste generated in that city. The average household generates enough waste to feed two commercial worm beds that are 4’x8′! Imagine what vermicomposting could do for a city! Here is the link

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The Step-by-Step Procedure on How to Compost

07 June 2013

If you know how to compost, you can grow your own organic fruits and vegetables. It’s scary to discover that due to commercial reasons, crops have been genetically modified so that they can grow faster and bigger in size. If those two are the only issues, then there is nothing to worry about. The truth […]

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Steps on Starting Your Own Organic Compost

07 June 2013

Organic compost can be created with zero cost if you know how to find the right resources. The best way of coming up with organic compost is by gathering up the waste from your garden and kitchen in one corner. Even though you can always buy the compost easily due to the convenience of the […]

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