The Vermicomposting Trench (for worms)
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Direct composting into soil
Vermicomposting trenches in the garden! #compost
Direct Garden Composting
Red Worm Composting The Vermicomposting Trench Something to think about for next year.
Composting ideas for your garden - I gotta read up on this method - vermicomposting trench
Interesting idea. vermicomposting trenches in the garden!
HOW TO COMPOST DIRECTLY INTO THE SOIL - The Vermicomposting Trench
Make a compost tumbler
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Make a Compost Tumbler (Boy Scouts)
DIY compost tumbler. I could use another compost bin!
DIY compost barrel
Could be a fun project.
Making my own composting tumbler. Looks like an easy weekend project
DIY compost tumbler tutorial from Boys' Life magazine.
Saving egg shells for the garden
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Simple Homecraft: Saving Egg Shells for the Garden
Saving Egg Shells for the Garden - Almost 98% of the eggshell is calcium carbonate, which is important to fast growing plants such as tomatoes, because the plant depletes the surrounding soil of calcium which is important to cell growth in the plant. Helps cauliflower, celery, potted plants, vegetable gardens. You can add the crushed eggshells into the bottom of the planting hole, or grind the shells into a powder and sprinkle around the plant and work into the soil.
Eggshells in the garden: deter slugs and are a great source of calcium for fast growing plants! My parents did this for our vegetable garden every year and it works very well.
Great Gardening Ideas. Egg Shells not only used for compost.
ways to reuse eggshells
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Practical Savings has great reuse ideas for your egg shells.
Reusing Eggshells - Practical Savings
Don't throw your eggshells away. They are great for the garden in so many ways! I use mine for my indoor plants.
10 Simple Ways to Reuse Your Eggshells
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"Don't throw your eggshells away. They are great for the garden in so many ways! And they're a cheap way to make diatomaceous earth. (Bugs don't like it)" Small Garden Ideas #garden #gardening by jana
Freeze banana peels and then blend up the peel to use as plant food for rose bushes....who knew that roses LOVE!!!! banana peel?!
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Freeze bananas and then blend up the peel to use as plant food for rose bushes.... roses LOVE banana peels! Nice to know!
Blend banana peels to use as plant food for rose bushes.... roses LOVE banana peels! And is better looking than random peels!
Go Bananas Preserving! What to do with the peels: Roses love, love banana peels! They make a great fertilizer for rose bushes. In the Summer make a puree' out of my banana peels. Simply put the peels - minus the hard stem at the top - into my blender and add some water. (Three banana peels yield about 1 1/2 to 2 cups of water.) Run the blender until liquid peels and then take the results out to the roses. (Best to water roses after to avoid attracting bugs.)
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Using egg shells in the garden...
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USING EGG SHELLS IN THE GARDEN. In winter, put the entire shell in a large Ziplock bag in the freezer. Once frozen, they crush very nicely. Come planting time, place a little scoop in each hole. In the warmer months, they go in the compost bin. Readers' Comment: *Microwave egg shells for 1 minute on high to kill salmonella. *To prevent any bacteria spread, place egg shells on a baking sheet in the oven while it's still very hot from baking or making dinner. Leave them there until the oven cools or they dry completely. They crush up more easily & you don't have to worry about the inside membranes or anything. I crush them before storing them over the winter so that they take up less space that way. *Save a few for when you make your own doggie treats or biscuits - crush finely & put into their biscuits when mixing the dough. Good source of calcium. ~ Girl on Bike
Add eggshells under plants...
Using egg shells in the garden | Dreaming Gardens
Worm tubes. put vegetable scraps; the worms then come into the bottom of the tube, eat through the scraps, and move out into the garden to deposit their castings
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Worm Tubes! ~ Worms go into the tube, eat through kitchen scraps, and then out into the garden to deposit their castings. **Note ~ I'm going to combine this idea with taking my kitchen scraps and "blenderizing" them to break down the "chunks" and then dumping them into the worm tubes. It's easy. No composter, tools, OR smell. Breaks down really fast. Like fast food for worms. Putting a few tubes into each of my 3 x 15 "Square Foot Garden" beds.
Worm tubes: drop in kitchen scraps and compost directly in your beds. The worms will then deposit their castings in the garden beds.
DIY rotating composter.
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DIY Rotating Compost Bin
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All Compost Tumbler