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Olivia Cleans Green: Easy Container Gardening with Bokashi Compost

Olivia Cleans Green: Easy Container Gardening with Bokashi Compost

Step outside the norm and try growing some of these easy but relatively unknown garden plants. From vegetables and fruits to herbs and greens, these plants will take your homegrown produce up a notch!

10 Easy Garden Crops You've Never Heard Of

Step outside the norm and try growing some of these easy but relatively unknown garden plants. From vegetables and fruits to herbs and greens, these plants will take your homegrown produce up a notch!

Earthworms are fantastic for gardens because they aerate the soil and their castings improve soil fertility, water holding ability, and drainage. 	 	...

Worm Cafe - Compost With Earthworms Right in Your Garden

Worm Cafe - Compost with earthworms right in the garden. Alternative composting idea, looks like a decorative post but is actually hollow, kitchen scraps go in, the worms eat it and spread it.

Build an outdoor bokashi & worm composting bin. No need to buy one! Learn how to build one at http://www.vegetablegardener.com/item/11432/build-an-outdoor-bokashi-worm-composting-bin

Build An Outdoor Bokashi & Worm Composting Bin.This "casket-style" container produces compost below ground, and is a great container for outdoor worm composting.

Kompostwürmer lieben ihre Ruhe

Kompostwürmer lieben ihre Ruhe

HOW TO COMPOST INDOORS: The Japanese bokashi composting method - The Mindful Word

How to Compost Indoors. Composting reduces your trash output and helps your plants grow faster, but it can be difficult if you don't have a big yard. You can compost indoors no matter how small your space is using compost containers, worm.

Composting with a PVC worm tube - put in food scraps and the 4' area around the tube will be fertilized!  I need 3 of these to cover the area of our garden next year.  :)

Composting with a PVC worm tube

Composting with a PVC worm tube Offbeat Home This is SUCH a good idea. I wonder if the worms wouldn't just find it themselves and buying more worms wouldn't matter? Anyway, it covers a 4 foot square area (the worms work their feces into the soil th

Once your Bokashi Bucket is full, the fermented (half-composted) food scraps need to be mixed with the soil to finish off the composting process.

Food waste rotting in the landfill pollutes our air, land and water. Composting your food waste keeps our environment clean and reduces landfill waste.

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