Backyard Composting

Organic Gardeners Composting

Organic Gardeners Composting

Have you always wanted to grow your own vegetables but didn't know what to do? Here are the best tips on how to become a true and envied organic gardner.

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Worlds Best Compost

What you'll discover in The Worlds Best Compost e-book: The method of feeding plants in a totally natural way that results in the tastiest, most divine food you and your family will ever have. Why youll use much less water in your garden using colloidal humus compost (and how youll be saving time, money, effort and even the environment!) The secret to healthy soil through massive microbial action. (If you could see these microscopic guys at work there's more action than a Schwarzenegger movie on crack!) The shameful, sheep mentality almost all agriculture and garden advisors suffer from that costs you time and money using dangerous, toxic gardening and horticulture practices (and is murdering our planet in the process!) How to develop a soil that.

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Author: Rod Turner

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Letters to Home Power

In 1978 my wife and I set out to develop this 9 acres of land we own on top of a mountain here in Vermont, to be as near as possible, self-sufficient by the time we retire. We have constructed a 65 foot tower on top of which we have put a 450 watt, 12 volt DC windmill. Also we have built, as a back-up charging unit, a 12 volt DC alternator, designed our own control panel that feeds 2 separate battery packs. We also have a commercial built AC generator which we start up approximately once a week to do our washing, vacuuming, etc. We hope very soon to add solar panels for charging these batteries also. We have pure mountain spring water, gravity fed into our home. We also built our own compost toilet and garbage disposal. We heat our place with firewood cut from our own land, in a stove we built from 2 oil barrels which utilizes a catalytic combustor. We have set out fruit and nut trees, a variety of berries, grapes and of course we grow our own garden for vegetables. Any project...

Drew Cooks For Home Makeover

Attempting to be more green in your day-to-day kitchen routine doesn't have to be a daunting task. It's about all of us doing what we can, whenever we can. Don't think you need to demolish your kitchen and rebuild it with 100 per cent recycled materials, turn your entire backyard into a compost heap or wash your dishes with rainwater you've collected to be considered eco-friendly. (Although if you do want to go that far, no one's going to stop you.) Instead, start by bringing a few green utensils into your kitchen.

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Port-a-compost A comfortable place to sit is always a bonus, but how about one that composts waste while you're at it The Sun-Mar Excel is a waterless plug-in self-composting toilet for residential use. It is the only toilet of its kind to be certified by the National Sanitation Foundation and claims to produce odourless, clean compost. According to Nancy Harrington of, the toilet uses a small ventilation system to evaporate and decompose waste. The compost can then be used as fertilizer.

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Another of the owner's goals is to rely on renewable sources of heat as the main energy drivers. These sources include a solar hot-water system and a high-temperature anaerobic digester, a process that uses natural composting cycles to break down organic waste in a non-oxygenated vessel. This produces biomethane, which is then modified to create pipeline-grade natural gas. The digester is fed with 50 to 75 percent sewage and 25 to 50 percent agricultural residue and organic garbage. Sewage and organic garbage will come from the surrounding community. Agricultural residues will come from the rural areas on the island.

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My only issue with the product lies within its dependence on the K-Cups, which are ordered online. The K-Cups themselves ., are not recyclable, so every cup of coffee produces waste in the form of plastic and metal instead of compostable coffee grinds. While these disposable cups are small (about the size of a shot glass), over the course of, say, a year, it all adds up.

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