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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his #1 way to make the easiest compost ever. In this video John will share his top 3 tips that will enable you to quickly make a high quality compost every single time. After watching this episode you will learn exactly what it takes to make compost, and you may be amazed at how simple it really can be
This was a super fun episode to film and I think just proves how weird I really am. Worms are doing well. Have worked their way through 3 trays since I filmed this and providing tons of great food for my tomato plants.
Special thanks to Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm where I ordered my little guys. They shipped promptly and safety and hopefully he will send me some more worms since I plugged him ;-).
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Compost is the very best food you can give to the plants in your garden. However, making really great compost requires the right mix of ingredients. In this video we demonstrate how to create that perfect recipe from the ingredients you have at home. You’ll see the compost mix being created, find out what materials to avoid, trace how the compost heap progresses as it ‘cooks’ and discover how to fix common problems.
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Here in San Francisco, residents are given a free bin to collect compost materials. This is in an effort to eliminate all waste in landfills. Tara explains how you can make your own compost bin right in your backyard!
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“Landfills are one of the biggest producers of greenhouse gases, but the big tragedy is that, according to the EPA, at least 23 percent of the U.S. Solid Waste stream is made up of perfectly compostable materials!”
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“Compost is organic material that can be added to soil to help plants grow. Food scraps and yard waste currently make up 20 to 30 percent of what we throw away, and should be composted instead.”
“Composting is a simple way to add nutrient-rich humus which fuels plant growth and restores vitality to depleted soil. It’s also free, easy to make and good for the environment.”
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No Garden? You Can Still Compost
“If you don’t have a garden, or curbside compost, you might think composting isn’t for you. But guess what – you can still join the compost party, even if you’re an apartment dweller or suffer from a black thumb.”
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We all know that composting is essential in the garden, but compost piles can soon overflow at this time of year when you’re cutting back perennials and pulling up spent vegetables. If you’re wondering what to do with all that extra organic matter, it’s worth considering in-situ composting.
In-situ composting, or composting directly where you’re going to grow, is simple and it’s a great way to deal with a glut of compostable material. Worms and microbes in the soil will do a fantastic job of turning all that organic matter into crumbly, nutrient-rich compost, right where you want to use it.
In this short video we demonstrate three easy ways to compost directly on and in your garden beds to help you improve your soil and prepare the soil for bumper crops next year!
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I just finished a compost pile made primarily of grass clippings and food scraps and WOW – did it get HOT! Watch to see how I built it from beginning to end and see the finished product too!
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The Truffle Worm. Used when fishing in the ocean biome it can summon the powerful boss Duke Fishron! Truffle Worms are a hardmode mob that live in the underground mushroom biome. They are large worms and when the player approaches them they burrow away! They are also a rare enemy! Farming them AFK is the way to go and this easy to setup farm will have you rolling in Truffle Worms in no time! Enjoy
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