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Nov 2020

Almost half of the waste that families throw away is compostable and can be used as organic garden fertilizer. When we dispose of organic waste by throwing it in the rubbish bin, it ends up in a landfill instead. Organic waste at a landfill rapidly breaks down and releases potent methane gas, a greenhouse gas,[...]

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Oct 2020

   Yes, I succeeded to move past my apprehension and embark into this new world of composting at home. And I am LOVING IT!!!!!!!!! I cannot tell you how good it is making me feel and it is surprisingly quite simple. I really had no idea what I was doing at all and for[...]

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Oct 2020

Step 1 – Choose the Right Composter For You Before choosing the size of your composter estimate how much organic waste you will be generating on a regular basis. If you have a medium or large lawn and intend to put the grass clippings in together with all your organic household waste, a large composter[...]

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Oct 2020

Mother Nature controls the weather which makes it impossible to grow some more delicate plants, vegetables and herbs outdoors year-round in most areas of the world. However, greenhouses provide the perfect solution to the fickle nature of the elements. With either a walk-in greenhouse or a mini-greenhouse, you can continue to enjoy gardening even during[...]

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Oct 2017

Featuring in Renovating Mazgazine, Organic Gardener, Gardening Australia & Herald Sun Weekend  

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May 2017

The amount of written content has been growing exponentially recently, and it’s no wonder. For students, writing is an inseparable part of college and university assignments; for businesses, online publishing is a way to reach customers. The need for…

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May 2016

Here is my easy recipe for making the best-ever black gold compost: Prep time:           1 min a day Total time:          8-12 weeks Servings:              Continuous delightful nutrient dense compost Ingredients: Greens (Nitrogen): Egg shells Grass clippings Fruit (not citrus) Peels and cores* Vegetables and peels* Coffee grounds Tea bags and leaves (remove staples) Bread and Pasta[...]

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Apr 2016

1. We should compost to help our gardens thrive organically: 2. We should compost for financial gain: 3. We should compost for environmental gain: 4. We should compost to make us feel good:

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10

Mar 2016

I decided to do some research. I wanted to have some facts to substantiate the need for composting in my home, in Australia and in the world. Read more to see what I discovered

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Mar 2016

Arghhh there is so much to learn…so much to know. Where to start? Sticking with my ground rules KISS (Keeping it simple, silly!) I have chosen one product to begin with. COMPOSTING!!! So it has been exactly 1 week since joining forces with my husband and I actually cannot believe the encounters I have had[...]

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