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Organic Compost

from Going Zero Waste

Your Guide to Backyard Composting

Your guide to backyard composting. Keep your home zero waste by diverting organic matter from the landfill. Learn what you can and can't compost with www.goingzerowaste.com

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from mindbodygreen

A Beginner’s Guide to Composting (Awesome Infographic)

Composting organic waste is one of the best things you can do for the environment. According to the EPA, about 28 percent of the solid waste stream in the United States consists of food waste and

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from The Garden Glove

Top Organic Garden Fertilizers You Can Make

...Why wouldn’t you make your own organic fertilizers for your garden, instead of buying expensive specialty products? It is easy, it is healthy for both your family and the earth at large, and it is cost effective.

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from Boston Building Resources

Infographic: Making Organic Compost

Infographic on creating organic compost

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from Better Homes and Gardens

6 Compost Bins that Aren't Eyesores

There's no question that organic compost is good for our vegetable gardens and flowerbeds, but some argue that compost bins are a big eyesore in an otherwise beautiful backyard. These six examples prove they don't have to be! If the appearance of compost bins has held you back from having one, these ideas will change your mind./

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from Better Homes and Gardens

6 Compost Bins that Aren't Eyesores

There's no question that organic compost is good for our vegetable gardens and flowerbeds, but some argue that compost bins are a big eyesore in an otherwise beautiful backyard. These six examples prove they don't have to be! If the appearance of compost bins has held you back from having one, these ideas will change your mind.

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Making Seed Balls | About 30 SEED BALLS: One and 1/4 cup of dry and finely ground natural clay. About 3/4 cup of dry organic compost. About 1/3 cup of assorted seeds, wildflowers are best, but be sure that you don't include seeds of invasive plants. #science #seeds #scouts

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from ThriftyFun

Starting a Compost Pile

This is a guide on starting a compost pile. Starting your own compost pile can save you money on your garbage bill, reduce the waste you send to the landfill, and will give you your own organic compost that you can use to amend the soil in your garden beds.

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from Improvements Blog

making compost

What can I compost

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from Moms Need To Know ™

Composting Basics

Composting Basics for the Beginner How To Get Started With Composting

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