10 Compostable Household Products You Have To Switch To

If you’ve been composting for any period of time you’ll know that it’s addicting. I hadn’t had a compost tumbler very long before I started throwing in chicken bones, old yogurt, plasticized cardboard, and all sorts of other dumb things. Long story short, my first load of compost was a total waste that I ended …

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Pine Cone Mulch: Is It Any Good? How Do I Make It?

You can use many materials for mulching, but you have to buy most. Over time, this can be a costly endeavor, especially if you have a large piece of land. Fortunately, there is always an abundance of pine cones year-round, regardless of whether you have pine trees on your property or not. The question is, …

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Can Worms Have Pineapple? (Fruits You Can’t Vermicompost)

Successful vermicomposting requires you to keep your worms healthy. Besides maintaining the right temperature in your bin, you also need to feed them the right foods. Paper, vegetables, and fruits are what most worm farmers recommend, but there seems to be a debate whether pineapples are good or bad for the wriggly creatures. So, can …

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How Many Worms Do I Need Per Square Food Of Garden?

Did you know that we would be living miles deep in decaying vegetation without worms? Yes, worms eat the dead plants and leaves that fall from trees to create the soil plants grow in today. Naturally, this soil is healthy, filled with nutrients and other micro life that make plants flourish. For this reason, farmers …

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Compost vs Fertilizer – 6 Key Differences & When To Use Each

Nourishing your plants is an essential part of gardening and plant care. Properly nourished plants grow faster, greener, and provide a more optimal yield than those lacking essential nutrients. For this reason gardeners, farmers, and all types of plant lovers use compost or fertilizers to keep their plants healthy. But what exactly is the difference …

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