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0 comments | Thursday, September 14, 2006

On Making Slow Compost



So you just don't have the umph to create a full-fledged compost pile. It's alright, we understand. Sometimes, whether for health reasons or just the fact that you have a busy lifestyle, you may not have the time or energy for a compost pile. Enter Slow Compost. So just make a simple pile of yard wastes and kitchen scraps and maybe kick them around when you get bored. All of the ingredients will eventually break down and still give you a pile of worthy ingredients to include in your garden beds. If not fully decomposed by the time you add the compost to the garden, it will eventually break down in the garden anyways. It will just take a little more time in the process. This is definitely better than adding nothing at all to the garden beds. Some people dig holes directly in the garden and bury the kitchen scraps and yard wastes. This works beneficially as well. Besides, it's your garden and you can do what's right for you. Just remember to have fun in the garden. Don't let maintaining your garden become a second job. Happy Gardening!



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