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Composting Methods

Composting Methods

This article is contributed by Emma.  She works for AfterTheBuilders North London and uses gardening as a way of stress relieve. When she is busy with any kind of gardening tasks she feels so relieved and happy. Composting is the process of recycling organic waste like paper and food odds into a rich soil. Very…

Why, How and What to Compost

Why, How and What to Compost

Composting is one of the most important aspects of gardening. Proper and regular composting can make your garden look healthy and beautiful by adding useful nutrients of the soil. Here is an infographic from Avant Garden Decor on the what, why and how of composting. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for…

Composting Guide: What You Can and Can’t Compost [Infographic]

Composting Guide: What You Can and Can’t Compost [Infographic]

We have written earlier about the various methods of composting and their benefits and also about a very innovative way of producing compost in your home or garden. Today we are going to talk about all the item that you can compost and some items that you can’t. You should have a clear idea of…

The Friendly Earthworm [Infographic]

The Friendly Earthworm [Infographic]

We all hate pests, especially those that damage our beautiful lawn. But there is one insect which is not a pest but a friend for your garden soil – the earthworm! Earthworms have the unique ability to break soil and dead plant matter to produce nutrients that are beneficial for the plants growing in the…

All About Composting [Infographic]

All About Composting [Infographic]

As we all know high quality compost is one of the single most important ingredient in organic farming. Not only does it save money for you by reducing expenditure on buying fertilizers, it also reduced environmental pollution. And the best part is that you can create your own compost using nothing more than your kitchen and garden…

A New Way of Composting [Infographic]

A New Way of Composting [Infographic]

Compost is perhaps the most important nutrient you can provide to your garden soil. And composting is a great way to add nutrient-rich humus to the soil which enhances plant growth. Compost is also easy to make and is good for recycling of essential nutrients. So far so good. But for many people the problem with preparing…

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