What other process can take the cast-offs from your yard and kitchen and turn it into the best fertilizer ever made?
Whether you’re making compost in a pile, a tumbler or using worms, we’ve got you covered. Start here for the basics and some insider tips from the pros.
Like it or not, here comes autumn and its bounty of leaves, garden refuse and other compostable materials.
Everyone knows how great worms are for the garden. But what happens to worms in the garden as soils dry?
Paper -- made from wood pulp -- seems a likely addition to compost because of its source: nature.
Moisture in compost is critical and having too much or too little can slow or sour the process.