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From the Kitchen to the Garden

From the Kitchen to the Garden | compostinghome.com.au | Scoop.it
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Most garden enthusiasts know that grass clippings and raked leaves combine to make the black gold known as compost. This improves the texture and fertility of garden soil. Yet composters also need to know the foods that make for a thriving compost pile and the ones that turn that prized pile into a mess.

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A Quick Guide on How to Compost

A Quick Guide on How to Compost | compostinghome.com.au | Scoop.it
Com post is a type of fertilizer made from decomposed organic matter. Experts say this is the best material to use in making the soil healthy when gardening. No garden can survive without compost.
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Compost is a type of fertilizer made from decomposed organic matter. Experts say this is the best material to use in making the soil healthy when gardening.

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The Benefits of Worm Farming

The Benefits of Worm Farming | compostinghome.com.au | Scoop.it
One of the problems the
environment is facing nowadays is the decreasing population of worms.
Pesticides and other gardening chemicals mixed with soil affect the worm’s
population growth. Worm farmi
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One of the problems the environment is facing nowadays is the decreasing population of worms. Pesticides and other gardening chemicals mixed with soil affect the worm’s population growth. Worm farming or vermicomposting helps solve this problem. When the soil is healthy, worms thrive better. This method has become popular in the recent years.

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Gardening is Supposed to be Natural | tlsummit.net

Gardening is Supposed to be Natural | tlsummit.net | compostinghome.com.au | Scoop.it
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Gardening is among the most relaxing hobbies. It isn’t only a stress reliever, it also beautifies your home. It’s one way to show that you’re an advocate of nature. But isn’t it ironic that those who claim to be advocates of nature use synthetic fertilizers and insecticides in their garden? Gardening is supposed to be natural. Organic gardening doesn’t only mean maintaining unattractive flower pots and letting insects eat and destroy your greens.

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The Dirt on Composting at Home

The Dirt on Composting at Home | compostinghome.com.au | Scoop.it
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Many homes have problems with proper waste management. Most people will just throw out leftovers and food scraps down the garbage disposal, and collect the rubbish in the yard. Fortunately, there’s a better, greener way of doing this, and all you’ll need to do is pile it up.

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