"The natural way to make food for your garden"--Jacket....
|Title||:||Compost: The Natural Way to Make Food for Your Garden|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Compost: The Natural Way to Make Food for Your Garden Reviews
A really great introduction to composting.Includes what kind of bin is right for you, what can and can't go into a compost and how best to use finished compost.
Good overall look at the different methods of making compost. Aimed more at the urban gardeners that are on very limited property and thus need only limited volumes of compost, but it still had a lot of good information.
The conversational tone made for easy reading. Explanation was clear with sufficient pictures to present different options. The strong point of this book is the attempt to bridge the gap between ideal theory and real-life practical challenges.
Straight forward guide to composting. It addressed what is typically taught and the realities of real life composting, especially for urban and sunurban dwellers. Every page had beautiful pictures. It definately helped me feel brave enough to get started with my own pile.
Short and practical. Answered a lot of questions and I enjoyed his tone. The author is based in the UK so a few parts didn't translate perfectly to my situation. The book could have been organized a little better, but all in all it was a useful find at the library.