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Compost: the natural way to make food for your garden

Compost, the natural way to make food for your garden is the gardeners essential compost and recycling bible, both fun and informative, showing how to make compost practically with stuff that most every home provides.

Compost, the natural way to make food for your garden was written by Ken Thompson, a senior lecturer at the University of Sheffield, England, columnist for organic gardening magazines, plant ecologist and author of An Ear to the Ground: Gardens Science for Ordinary Mortals.

You will get to know exactly what to do to get good compost, how and why, even the scientific aspect is all easily grasped with concepts like Carbon:Nitrogen ratios, the role of water content, grass or kitchen waste, fungus, bacteria, worms and especially microorganisms.

Honestly written by a man who knows what the future is all about, low-impact techniques that help our civilization work in harmony with Mother Nature this is a tome of knowledge made specifically for the first time composter, looking to understand this ancient art, as a whole, in search of a more sustainable future, one home at a time…

This 192-page hardcover by DK Publishing, released in February of 2007 measures 7.7 x 6.1 x 1 inches and ships at 1.2 pounds.

Composting from home to home, learning just a little more about how our planet works, why and what the ecological values are behind doing-it-yourself is basically what makes Compost, the natural way to make food for your garden such an amazing book, so much in fact that it has even been marketed as The gardener’s essential compost and recycling bible.




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