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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.

2008-06-30 00:01:35

By Erik Robinson, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Jun. 29--Say that you're a green-minded apartment or condo dweller striving to live sustainably.

2008-06-26 00:02:22

Residents are being encouraged to start composting their garden rubbish. Stroud District Council is asking them to reduce the amount of garden waste that is being send to landfill.

2008-06-24 02:29:46

By Victor Tine, The Daily News of Newburyport, Mass. Jun. 23--NEWBURY -- The Board of Health has received a second shipment of 20 compost bins under a grant from the state Department of Environmental Protection.

2008-06-24 02:29:44

BUDDING gardeners are being reminded that warm, wet weather is ideal for home composting. Recycle Now says recent weather conditions provide perfect conditions to grow plants.

2008-06-07 03:00:12

By Goldstein, Jerome NATIVE AMERICAN DIVERSION Composting initiatives by Indian tribes vary in size, processing method and range of feedstocks.

2007-10-17 03:00:11

By Melear, Claudia T Lunsford, Eddie Abstract. This article provides basic information on how a common species of earthworm, Eisenia fetida, can be used in the biology classroom as well as a discussion of how to establish and care for a vermicompost bin.

2007-09-19 09:01:14

By Alexander, P D The vast majority of compost research has focused on commercial- scale composting and attempts have been made previously to adapt that knowledge to amateur composting. However, amateur composting is potentially more variable and thus more difficult to generalize.


Word of the Day
fleuron
  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
  • In architecture, a floral ornament; specifically, the large conventional flower usually placed in the center of the abacus of a Corinthian capital or classic ceiling-caisson; also, the floreated termination of a Gothic finial.
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