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Composting Your Organic Kitchen Wastes with Worms
... kitchen generates food scraps for disposal. Throwing these scraps in the garbage can create odor problems and adds to the volume of waste going to the landfill. Disposing of kitchen scraps in a garbage disposal is convenient, but it adds to the burden of the waste ... by which organic materials, such as kitchen scraps and lawn trimmings are converted ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Common Sense Gardening and Compost
... capacity. During the composting process microorganisms naturally present in the soil break down the vegetable waste materials into an inorganic form that can be used by plants. What to Compost Almost ... is a good time to begin a compost pile. Leaves, garden and border refuse, and kitchen waste from canning and freezing are readily available and cooler temperatures make the compost construction more ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Dr. Chlorophyll
... , as it is being called, is generated in large part from the table scraps and kitchen waste of some of San Francisco’s finest restaurants. Levin quotes Norcal spokesperson Robert Reed as ... -eaten turkey sandwiches, waxed cardboard pizza boxes and whatever else is found in a restaurant kitchen are converted into organic-approved, trademarked compost that goes for $9 a cubic yard. Gardeners ...
www.berkeleyhort.com

Irrigating the Home Garden
... without precipitation, the local water supply is likely to be short. Since overhead sprinklers waste water, a drip irrigation system may be in order. Drip irrigation puts water right ... the toilet, because of the possibility of contamination from fecal organisms. Avoid the use of kitchen waste water that contains grease or harsh cleaners, ammonia, bleach, softeners, or non-biodegradable detergents. ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Garden and Greenhouse 2002 on Alfie's Fuchsialand
... the pictures full size. This is a shot from against my kitchen door, looking down the garden, on top of the fuel bunker ... fuchsia, geranium and pelargonium plants. Another picture taken from against my kitchen door looking down the garden, over the onion plants towards ... the doors, behind the green compost accelerator. All my garden and kitchen waste goes into the two bins I have. Send to Alfie Geeson ...
www.fuchsialand.co.uk

Frequently Asked Questions About Composting
... gardening goals. Can I add kitchen scraps to the compost pile? Please do! Any organic kitchen waste, such as egg shells, vegetable scraps, fruit rinds, or coffee grounds are fair game for the compost heap. Do avoid meat scraps and bones, or very oily waste ... dog, cat, or human waste in the compost pile? No, no, no. Pet and human waste have the potential for ...
www.gardensablaze.com

Composting
... produce quality compost is to use materials such as grass clippings , kitchen waste (chopped up finely if possible), animal manures & other garden waste chopped up. You can heap these materials & turn them over ... itís excellent. SO, WHAT DO I DO? Add only grass clippings, clean vegetable waste from the kitchen, egg shells, some lime or dolomite, NO Citrus skins, some high nitrogen fertilizer, a ...
www.greengold.com.au

Gardening Tips - COMPOST - The Helpful Gardener
... you can cook up yourself by chopping up all the leaves and grass clippings and kitchen waste (NO meat or fats!) and tumbling them around for a couple months and voila! Instant ... ; I get it for free at the town transfer station where my town accepts garden waste, tub grinds it and puts it in a big pile for us to take away ...
www.helpfulgardener.com

Gardening Tips - COMPOST - The Helpful Gardener
... breaks down waste materials from your garden and kitchen into a nutrient-rich, dark, soil-like matter that can be used to amend your soil. Rather than discarding garden and kitchen refuse in ... out in the sun. What to Compost Refuse from your garden, kitchen, and lawn can be used to make compost. Kitchen waste that is suitable for compost includes vegetable and fruit remnants, egg ...
www.helpfulgardener.com
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Ask NL: Green Kitchen Renvoations - Natural Life Magazine March/April 2005
... some suggestions? A: This is an exciting time to be building or renovating a kitchen with the environment in mind. Manufacturers of faucets, fixtures, appliances, water delivery systems, ventilation, ... suitable for kitchens. It is made from recycled tires through an energy efficient, low-waste manufacturing process, creating a tough, waterproof, slip-resistant flooring. Available in rolls and tiles, ...
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