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Compost by Clare Foster is, as the title would lead you to believe, about compost.

It is suitable for the beginner to experienced gardener. Covers the biological processes involved to provide a framework for understanding the goings on in your compost and what to aim for; also addresses the falsely hyped 'hot compost' method as being the be-all and end-all of composting.

Worth a look; easy straight forward read. ( )
  HenriMoreaux | Mar 8, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 030436231X, Hardcover)

Composting is the practical art of making healthier and more colorful gardens while reducing your dependence on polluting chemicals. The latest discoveries in organic, environmentally aware forms of gardening offer no-smell, no-cost ways to make nature's decomposition processes work for you. Make your own true "new miracle plant food" by mixing eggshells, grass cuttings, and banana skins, and other waste, and making insects work for you. The simple new approach features a show-and-tell guide to building a compost box, selecting the best ingredients, choosing the ideal accelerator, and distributing the compost to supply maximum nutrients to your plants, and ensure soil aeration, water retention, and drainage.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:18 -0400)

Composting is one of the most fundamental aspects of gardening. Clare Foster shows you how easy and natural it is to feed your soil with your household and garden rubbish.

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