How to Compost - Magnificent Garden Soil
Learn How to Compost to get FREE Magnificent Garden Soil! You only need a hole in the ground and a pail to collect your scraps. Let's make compost...
What to Compost – Our Green Thumb Community Garden
Printable for what to compost & what not to compost - I was surprised about a couple of items in the "no" list:paper towels and cardboard. Now I know!
100 Things You Can (and Should) Compost
Adding compost to your soil is considered essential for sustainable food production. Click here and slim down your trash with this list of 100 things you can compost.
Garden Tower Project | The Homestead Survival
Garden Tower Project website share how this vertical planter with a worm tower in the center works. You add kitchen scraps into the center tower which
Worm compost bin in 10 easy steps! With video tutorial from my 4-yr-old son
Find this post and other gardening/DIY tips on my Gardening Pinterest board DIY Worm Compost Bin I shared this post originally in May 2012 – but it’s one my most popular posts and I wanted to bring it back for those of you who haven’t seen it. Worms creep me out. Sorry, it’s true. ButContinue Reading
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DIY Compost Bin Tote for Under $5
Want to start composting? Why not make your own compost bin for under $5? We have all the tips and tricks to help make your composting journey easy.
How to Make a Compost Tumbler
Compost tumblers are awesome. They create a compact, easy-to-turn space for your discarded food scraps and yard waste that will produce rich compost. Commercial systems can range anywhere under $1,000, which is outrageous. Smaller home versions can be found used at a discount or even free (check out Craigslist). This
How to Compost in Winter in a Cold Climate
The end of the warm season shouldn't stop you from keeping compost. You can save those fruit and vegetable scraps for your garden all winter long. It's easy in a cold climate.
How NOT to Compost: 16 Ways To Screw It Up
Everyone says compost is so easy, but some of us still manage to screw it up. Here's how NOT to compost, with sixteen proven ways to fail.
What I like about this graphic? It illustrates all the makings of building an "instant layered" Lasagna Garden bed, too ;-) #GardenMaven Feed your soil informative composting know-how. Remember that Lasagna style garden beds require a starter layer of cardboard and manure (to draw the worms,) then the multi-layered makings of a good compost pile as shown above will do nicely... #GardenMaven
How to compost in your backyard
Why Should You Compost? : Finished compost is a free soil amendment and fertilizer for the garden. It is mild and won't burn plants like chemical fertilizers. By adding compost you'll improve the overall texture of your soil enabling it to retain and drain water better. Brown Materials : Dry leaves. Straw and dry hay. Woodchips and sawdust from untreated wood. Dried grass clippings. paper tubes. Egg and nut shells. Hair and animal fur. Shredded paper. Paper. Shredded newspaper (printed with…