The Organic Book of Compost

The Organic Book of Compost

Easy and Natural Techniques to Feed your Garden

Book - 2014
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This is a book for people with and without gardens who want to recycle their kitchen and garden waste in the most environmentally efficient manner, as well as anyone who wants to use compost to improve their garden. The Organic Book of Compost will teach you all you need to know about composting - what it is, how to make it, store it, and use it. Packed with trouble-shooting advice, you will soon be able to produce rich, fertile soil for growing healthy, beautiful fruit, vegetables, and flowers.

The author covers all types of composting methods, including wormeries and woody heaps. Detailed information is provided on building structures to hold different kinds of compost, along with useful troubleshooting advice and FAQs. Case studies explore composting in varying circumstances, such as composting on a balcony, in a town garden, composting with children, composting in the office, and more.

Publisher: Springville, Utah :, Hobble Creek Press, in imprint of Cedar Fort, Inc.,, 2014
Edition: U.S. edition
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9781847734372
Branch Call Number: ANF 631.875 PEA
Characteristics: 191 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Garden Organic (Organization)
Alternative Title: Book of compost


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