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Wormery Compost - What is It?

By Christopher Wyland
A wormery compost is the most popular method of composting. Composting is, simply put, nature's way of cleaning up after itself by decomposing organic matter.
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The Secrets of Making Healthy Compost

By Sandra Pullman
This articles explains how to make good healthy compost. It discusses the pro's and con's of compost and gives the reader some tips on how to stop their compost smelling. It explains the 2 basic methods fast (hot) and slow (cold) and reveals the mysteries of the Carbon:Nitrogen Ratio. It lists of things that can go into the compost and those that can not.
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Being Green at Home - Part One (Composting)

By John J King
There are many valuable ways to be 'green' at home and efficient composting is an excellent start. Councils estimate that around 35% of our typical home waste which is thrown out with the rubbish, can be recycled. We’re going to be brave here by saying the figure could possibly be higher still for those who really want to be.
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Compost - Via My Worm Bins

By Kit Cassingham
I am new to composting kitchen scraps with worm bins. And I'm a convert! What a magic trick to behold. Worms take newspaper and cardboard (their nesting material) and food scraps and turn all of that into a lovely black loam that will benefit my soil.
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Tips on Buying a Kitchen Compost Pail

By Amy Everet
Kitchen composting is rapidly gaining fame as people are realizing that not everything from their kitchen needs to be thrown away. Using this scrap for composting can save them money, allow them to be a bit more self-sufficient as well as help protect the planet.
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