by John Roulac
Category: Home, Family & Health / Gardening
Publisher: UIT Cambridge
Publication date: 5 December 1998
Number of pages: 96
Composting allows you to do something for the part of the Earth you live with day by day: your own back garden. Backyard Composting follows basic values, such as putting things where they belong and not making a mess. Composting at home reduces your personal volume of rubbish, conserves water, increases plant growth, replaces the need for toxic chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and is also fun. With this little book you can learn how easy it is to: START Discusses all types of composting bins and how to build your own bin from scrap materials. MAINTAIN Includes easy-to-make 'hot recipes', time-saving tips and a troubleshooting chart. USE Save money by making your own free fertilizer at home from leaves, grass and kitchen scraps.
What the papers say:
Really informative easy to follow instructions for perfect compost.
In Stock: 7 copies