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milk crate compost - 3 crates, plastic or metal mesh/screen or weed barrier fabric, scissors, hot glue gun, wood, saw, drill, screws (preferably rust proof), old drawer handles, varnish, newspaper, organic waste


On the Lash again!

Pictorial for tripod lashing. So great for the start of your green bean teepee instead of trying to tie after you have angled the poles.

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All About Composting: Learn how to compost from Gardener's Supply

This terrific article explains all you ever wanted to know about composting. Why do you need to compost? Find out here.

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Weird things you Did not Know you Could compost

Weird things you Did not Know you Could compost. - 100% cotton balls Used Matches Used Tissues Paper Towels Wine Corks Peanut shells Used Tea bags Used Coffee Grounds DON' THROW AWAY <3

Build an Easy Compost Bin: I think I would use a metal can for this because you never know what plastic has in it that leeches out into the compost.

Young House Lovefrom Young House Love

Making A Compost Bin Isn't Complicaed At All, Check Out Our Easy Composting Guide

I have always wanted to compost and use all my kitchen scraps. This is an easy way for me to get started and see how it goes.

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All About Composting: Learn how to compost from Gardener's Supply

Trash can compost bin

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DIY Compost Bin

DIY Compost- Get trashcan with lid and bungie cords. Drill 10-15 holes on each of the 4 "sides". Add soil, grass clippings, organic waste. Place on lid and bungie, roll around yard to mix! :-)

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How to Make the Ultimate Compost Bin with Recycled Pallets

compost bin4 How to make the ultimate compost bin in outdoor garden with Pallets Garden compost bin good for having rotating bins

I'm really excited about the compost bin I made from a galvanized metal trash can. Rust proof, odor proof, and rodent proof! Can't wait to try it out. You can make one of these in less than an hour.

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What to do with fireplace ashes

There are many more uses for fireplace ashes than I ever knew. 1. Compost bin - only a little amongst the organic matter. 2. A light layer around plants can keep slugs away. 3. A tablespoon of ash to 1000 gallons of water for a pond will keep algae down.. 4. As a fertilizer. 5. Cleaning silver. Hometalk

Garden Tower Project » The Homestead Survival vertical planter with a worm tower in the center really works. You add kitchen scraps into the center tower which creates a compost tea that drips out the bottom which you add back into the plants. Each hole can grow a different plant. 50 plants in 4 sq. ft.- Strawberries, lettuce, herbs, flowers... endless possibilities! Look at ALL the combinations!

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Kitchen Compost Pail (Bucket, Bin) - DIY, Easy, and Frugal

diy kitchen composter