Tag Archives: The Compost Pile

Composting: A Look At Composting For Beginners

 
Curing Compost

This is a complicated time in our society. We use complex tools to accomplish every day chores. It is easy to forget that much that is happening in our world that gets done quickly, efficiently and with little effort from us or our technologies, uses no fossil fuels, and […]

Composting: To Turn or Not To Turn?

Turning Up The Fork

If you have been reading this blog you know that my gardens have been thriving in the no till fashion of growing which means, for those of you who are new to this blog, that I grow without turning, tilling, compressing or in any other ways disturbing […]

Composting: The Nose Knows

I am writing Composting: The Nose Knows because making compost is the one thing that so many people just don’t get at first. I think it is because the first thing a person wants to do when they decide to start composting is to keep their kitchen garbage out of the landfill. It is a […]

For The Best Composting Materials Learn to Scrounge Around

Leaves Found at Curb


Now that you are composting you will probably look at your world differently. Many people who come talk to me when they first start composting say they are having trouble finding carbonaceous composting materials. For the best composting materials you have to learn to scrounge around. That […]

The Compost Pile

I have been for many years creating compost for my vegetable garden by composting directly into fallow sections. I garden in South Florida. Our growing seasons are upside down here. Most of our vegetable growing is done in the winter when the humidity is down, and our lowest temperatures rarely make […]