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Composting | A Gardener Without Compost Is No Gardener At All

For gardeners composting is one of the greatest ways they can tend to the quality of their soil. Composting can be an intimidating thing to take on for the beginning gardener and through this article I'm going to try to demystify some of the keys to beginning a compost bin.
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  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL

    I'll never forget lesson No. 1 from a composting class I took at a local nursery: "Compost happens." That took a lot of the mystery out of it!

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  • Cin R
    Cin R Sacramento, CA

    I unloaded a yard of fine screen compost from the truck just yesterday. Spread it on one side of our apple hedge (17 trees). Now need a never 2 or 3 truck loads to finish.

  • Tina Krenz
    Tina Krenz Oklahoma City, OK

    I love to have my herb and vegetable garden, which will take the whole side of the house I plan on using for it, and there any space left for having a compost anywhere. What else can I do? There's simply no room for any compost.

    • Bonny McDaniel
      Bonny McDaniel Paradise, CA

      @Fiona Dorse I agree with you! Even if the veggie garden has to be chopped off by two or three feet, you need a compost pile. I have 1/3 of an acre so space isn't a problem...however, my compost pile is 3x3 feet and supplies all I need...some leaves,

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