Latest Compost tea Stories

2012-03-28 23:04:16

Bokashi Life announces the launch of their company, promoting Bokashi composting, an indoor method converting food scraps to

2011-08-30 19:08:11

Studies by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists indicate that organic farmers who need to periodically amend their soils with compost after planting can still control weeds-and hold down costs-by using fabric ground covers.

2009-05-14 10:41:09

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2008-09-21 03:00:17

By Sixsmith, Rachel Swapping chemicals for compost will "put the biology back in the soil" and lead to healthier crops, according to microbiologist and organic farming technologist Dr Elaine Ingham.

2008-09-06 03:00:12

By Anonymous Dynamic Compost Tea, based in Nelson, New Zealand, brews compost tea in a 2,000-liter silo. It takes about 24 hours, with 150 liters resulting from every 15 metric tons of compost with each batch tested before use.

2008-07-01 12:00:31

By Karen Troianello Q. I have been told that I can compost my kitchen scraps in a garbage can. Is this possible? A. Yes, a garbage can can be made into a compost bin. Punch holes in the bottom and the sides, as well as the lid. Place about four inches of fertile soil in the bottom of the can.

2007-12-08 06:00:16

By Harrison, Ellen Z LITERATURE REVEIW There have been significant contributions to the literature on composting operations in the past decade. Most address on-site investigations relevant to worker health.

2007-06-09 03:00:19

By Nendel, Claas Biowaste compost is frequently used in German viticulture to improve soil physical characteristics and to replace soil organic matter losses.

2007-03-02 10:29:05

By Wright, Alan L; Provin, Tony L; Hons, Frank M; Zuberer, David A; White, Richard H Compost application to turf grasses can increase availability of nutrients in soil and improve growth, but can potentially lead to accumulation of macronutrients in soil and contribute to leaching and runoff losses.

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