Where is the best place for my composter?: Dan Sharp (Green Family Expert) gives expert video advice on: What kinds of things can I compost? | What should I not compost? | Once I start composting, what needs to be done on a regular basis? and more…
Home Composting Do’s & Don’ts | Green Living
http://growyourowngroceries.org/ – While traveling in the North West I met Peter Paul who showed me the most amazing, and amazingly simple, idea for an outdoor composting-bin. Using the help of worms to break down food matter, and even meats, Peter shows you a couple of simple methods to making great homemade compost.
Not only that, this method creates a vibrant composting tea that gave Peter 7 ft. tall tomato plants! He also sometimes trades his “worm juice” for different items, even an iPhone (LOL).
How to compost How to make compost
How does your garden grow? A lot better if the soil is enriched with compost from your own compost pile. Scott Meyer, editor of Organic Gardening magazine, shows how to make and use compost.
Simple & Easy composting with fall leaves for building soil. Adding this compost will be the best thing you will ever do for your organic garden soil. Leaf mold will add water holding capability to your garden. Start a compost pile today. Composting 101.
Any successful homesteader will tell you, if your dont have a compost bin, your not looking at true self sustainability. Part of being self reliant is creating a homestead that a produces your own food, recycles waste and uses as much as possible so that the whole continuum continues! The best thing about doing a compost bin is YOU CAN do it anywhere..on gird off grid in the city..in the suburbs! You can do a small one…a big one! JUST do it! Today I will walk all you newbies step by step thru basic composting so you can START today!!
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Made up this very cheap Bathtub Worm Farm out of recycled items & a bathtub we sourced originally from freecycle.org.. It will let us consolidate all the different worm farms we have into 1 large one.. Has made the feeding of the worms a lot easier & has produced loads of terrific castings for us..
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Here is a quick and easy instructional video on how to start a worm farm for beginning gardeners. Why Raise Worms? You can turn food waste into an eco-friendly, economical, organic fertilizer. The worm castings are superior over traditional compost because it includes living organisms like microbes, bacteria, fungi, and protozoans. This is what keeps garden soil alive so plants can thrive. 10 Steps http://homegardeningforbeginners.org/video/worm-farms-beginning-gardeners/