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Prepare Your Garden Soil With Organic Compost Year After Year!

Are you ready for summer? Summer is here, which means if you’re planning a garden (for flowers, vegetables, herbs, or the like), your soil better be prepared for success! The best way to guarantee your garden will look its best and yield the most favorable results is

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Ever Wonder Why Are Earthworms So Great?

The only time the average person is likely to see a multitude of earthworms is after a rain storm when they are squirming around on sidewalks trying to make their way back into the ground. It can seem like a nuisance when too many of them are

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Million Tomato Compost Campaign Kicks Off With a HUGE Goal!

If you love growing tomatoes as much as we do, you are going to be very interested in learning more about the U.S. Composting Council’s Million Tomato Compost Campaign.  The goal of this campaign is to grow one million tomatoes for community gardens and food banks! The

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How to Grow Perfect Tomatoes in Containers

Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? Whichever you choose, here are tips to help you grow delicious tomatoes in containers using your own compost. You CAN produce healthier, homegrown tomatoes even if you don’t have a garden or a yard! What you need: Large Containers

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Dear Compost Diva…. Why is Compost the BOMM?

Dear Compost Diva, Why do you refer to compost as the “Bomb?” The website www.englishbaby.com says the meaning of “You’re the Bomb” is: “really good, great, the best!” Are you simply talking about the greatness of compost? Or, does the term mean something else? Signed, Confused About

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Compost Made of Kitchen Scraps vs. Pre-Packaged Fertilizer: Does Your Garden Notice the Difference?

Does your garden know the difference between compost made of pre-packaged fertilizer and compost that consists of kitchen scraps? To best answer this question, let’s first review the scenario from the perspective of the garden. If you were a garden, would you want to garner nutrients from

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