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A starter’s guide to composting – Repeat One, …

A starter’s guide to composting – Repeat One, Repeat All

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Composting is an integral part of a zero waste lifestyle and it is something that you shouldn’t be afraid of. Fortunately for us living in Barcelona there is a collection of “organic trash” that is composted by the government. It’s already built into the recycling model.

But if you live in other countries it’s highly likely that you will have to take some proactive steps to do…

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Compost Update – The Drunken Butcher

Compost Update – The Drunken Butcher

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We started composting a little over a month ago and we have already filled up our first bin so now we are waiting for it all to decompose. Once it is all ready to go, it will go into our vegetable garden that we will be starting and our flower beds. Compost is a great additive to soil and many call it “black gold.”

We rotate and water down our mix at least once a week.…

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Common Uses For Finished Compost – Knowledge T…

Common Uses For Finished Compost – Knowledge Through Articles

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Once you’ve put in some of the hard work in learning how to compost and waited for the right amount of time you’ll have your finished compost material. So, what will you do with it now? Well, there are several great uses outside of simply laying it down on top of your flower beds. Some of these are practical daily uses while others are a bit more specialized.

One…

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Compost fearlessly! – The Law Farm

Compost fearlessly! – The Law Farm

By MICHELLE NAMER

This week’s blog post is in honor of the Truly Living Well’s Soil Festival, held every May.  This year was the fourth year of the event, and along with the opportunity to meet other soil-centric folks and learn about healthy soils, nutrition, and local food production, there was a big buzz around composting.  Composting comes in many shapes, sizes, and processes with the aim…

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Composting – Aidan’s Nature

Composting – Aidan’s Nature

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When composting it is important to start off with the correct ingredients. You want to have a wide range of different ingredients.

You need to have 4 ingredients to create perfect compost-

  • Brown Matter (Leaves, cardboard etc.…)
  • Green Matter (Food Scraps, grass cutting etc.…)
  • Air
  • Water

It is very important to have a good ratio of each of the ingredients. You want to have an equal…

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Worm bin notes. | Unit-13 FREMSLT

Worm bin notes. | Unit-13 FREMSLT

After polluting the bins with broccoli I decided to document the clean up on video. Not all of it as the video is an afterthought. A few days have past and the clean up is working. Worms are moving throughout the bin and working. Looks like it’s mostly in the video. -13

Source: Worm bin notes. | Unit-13 FREMSLT

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Soil Science and Compost – Gulf Coast Gardenin…

Soil Science and Compost – Gulf Coast Gardening

Source: Soil Science and Compost – Gulf Coast Gardening

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Ranch life update: the garden – Adventure year…

Ranch life update: the garden – Adventure year, turned adventure life

Good morning! While winter was a time of planning, and resting, spring however, has been off to a busy start!

Throwback Gardening: Timeless Practices | Roan…

Throwback Gardening: Timeless Practices | Roanoke Landscapes

By ROANOKELANDSCAPES In this day and age, new technologies are changing the way that people garden and digitizing plant science. There are cellphone apps that can instantly identify plants, help you plot, figure out your soil pH, and keep track of watering schedules for you. There are also highly sophisticated irrigation systems, mowers, and even planting pots on the market—but all of these…

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