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Organic Gardening Suggestions For Maximize Your Garden’s Potential

Organic Gardening Suggestions For Maximize Your Garden’s Potential | 100 Acre Wood | Scoop.it

This set of ideas contains several of the greatest assistance for helping a good natural gardener grow to be an excellent organic gardener.

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Worm composting / Royal Horticultural Society

Worm composting / Royal Horticultural Society | 100 Acre Wood | Scoop.it

Worm composting is an efficient method of turning kitchen waste and small amounts of garden waste into nutrient-rich compost and a concentrated liquid fertiliser. ... A ‘worm bin’ or ‘wormery’ usually consists of at least two compartments; a lower collection sump for the liquid and an upper composting area where the kitchen waste goes in and the worms actively work. However, single compartment wormeries can be also used.

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Coffee grounds – the most useful waste food?

Coffee grounds – the most useful waste food? | 100 Acre Wood | Scoop.it

"Next time you brew up some ‘proper’ coffee, don’t discard the grounds. The waste product is arguably more useful than the drink itself! Used coffee grounds can replace bought products in our beauty routines, around the house and in the garden, saving us a packet – plus they get an A-grade for environmental friendliness.
Here are 12 reasons why we think coffee grounds are worth keeping. Can you think of more?"

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Improving Garden Biodiversity Top Ten Tips | Gardeners Tips

Improving Garden Biodiversity Top Ten Tips | Gardeners Tips | 100 Acre Wood | Scoop.it

Every garden has the potential to do more for biodiversity. It need not cost and it may be fun to improve the biodiversity in your garden. Just undertaking one item from the following top ten tips will help.

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