Vermicomposting: Make Worms Work for Your GardenPatch.comVermicomposting is a method of composting that uses worms to do the dirty work to turn waste into a usable product. No wonder worms are the gardener's best friend!
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Surrey NewsBBC Gardeners' Magazine backs Surrey's home composting campaignSurrey NewsAdam Pascoe, editor of BBC Gardeners' World Magazine and regular radio broadcaster, is urging Surrey residents to get composting this summer.
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When I first started my compost for this compost-along, things got real smelly real fast. I put so many activators in there my husband remarked it smelled like the circus was in town, IN our yard. He was right.
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