Mike McGraths Book of Compost is an illustrated guide that answers almost every garden question, explaining why compost improves soil structure, why it is the perfect food for every plant, how it fights plant disease better than commercialized chemicals or fungicides and how you can make your very own.
As the editor-in-chief of Organic Gardening Magazine for seven years, Mike McGrath has never stopped studying or looking for the best up-to-date information for his Public Radio Show You Bet Your Gardenon 91FM and his Book of Compost is all the most useful information in one tome of knowledge.
Tips that anybody can use such as how to keep the driveway and yard leaf free, while recycling those leaves at four parts for every one part kitchen scraps into a cold-pile, or how to get a worm bin setup by yourself in small urban spaces without yards.
Mike McGraths Book of Compost is a 128-page paperback published by Sterling in August of 2006 measuring 8.8 x 6 x 0.5 inches and shipping at 6.4 ounces.
Years of experience, research and knowledge about what the average gardener is looking for at home and how to take that knowledge into his/her own life from doing good to the environment can be found in Mike McGrath’s Book of Compost.