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5 Secrets to Making Rich Compost Consistently

Experienced gardeners know that rich compost is the key to all natural gardening and soil building.  Rich compost provides your plants with the nutrients they need for fertile growing and lush, healthy vigor.  Plus, and more importantly, rich compost feeds … Continue reading

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8 Must Have Cover and Compost Crops For Your Garden and Homestead

As I wrote in my first post on Cindy Conner’s Cover Crops and Compost Crops IN Your Garden DVD, I highly recommend anyone wanting to grow cover crops in their garden to get this DVD.  In this post, I share … Continue reading

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Comfrey – My Favorite Herb

As I noted in my last post about planting tomatoes, I love to grow comfrey for various uses on our mini-farm. I use it mainly for mulch, compost green material and even at times feed it to the chickens. It … Continue reading

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How to Harvest Worm Compost and Worms

Your worms have been working away and your bin is now full of rich compost. It’s time to harvest the compost and separate out the worms. What’s the best way to do that? There are several ways I’ve tried which … Continue reading

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