The Complete Compost Gardening Guide is a book that everyone is finding useful.
The authors Barbara Pleasant and Deborah L. Martin teach the reader how to save on work by designing gardens that have the compost bin incorporated into it.
This thought process is a task management choice venturing away from the idea of hiding compost piles in back corner alcoves, and behind garage and other out buildings set too far away from the garden; cutting off easy access to compost use.
The authors outline which plants to have near what kinds of compost since these plants benefit the most by being near too the compost process.
This Six-Way composting system is outline page after page in full detail for the reader.
The book also teaches how to arrange the piles as close together as possible, while keeping the garden looking fresh, clean, and edible.
For those who need a refresher, the authors explain what types of house matter create what kind of compost, and compost infusers to make the compost pile create the right nutrients for its own health, and the health of your plants after the period of compost application.
The book details regular compost moisture management, and nitrate balance to make sure that the beneficial bacteria are as healthy as possible.
The authors remind those of use who are resource rich, that it is not necessary to buy a spendy item. And that home made in this case does not mean poor quality. The book reminds the reader of child like creativity that can get lost in the quick access commercial world.
They continue to review how to create what they refer too as gardeners gold. This is done through the adding of diverse biodegradable nutrient infusing material for composting.
The sixth process they review is actually a full circle round to the beginning of the process. This means that they review how to determine what the soil needs to support the plant life that will produce this years fruits, vegetables, flower edibles, and greens.
The Complete Compost Gardening Guide has awesome insights on ways of learning what the experts do, so that you don’t have to spend years, even decades recreating the proverbial wheel. Rather trade that in for getting it right the first time this year with this great book.