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 A Brief Intro to Composting
Types of Composting The first question many beginners ask is 'What is the best bin?' The first question should be, 'What do you want to do?' Look at what materials you want to get rid of or have access to, and how much compost you want or need
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 cardboard and newspaper-safe to compost?
       • Posted by: rpondpa on Sun, Jan 28, 07 at 7:18
              • 27 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jun 19, 14 at 6:46
I have read several posts that newsprint, being made of soy, is now safe to print. One post led me to this article which states that newspapers and cardboard are not desireable in compost piles. http://www.gardensalive.com/article.asp?ai=
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 sewer sludge .. good?
       • Posted by: vieja z7NM on Tue, Apr 16, 13 at 14:31
              • 96 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, May 6, 13 at 23:34
We just bought a load of the city sewer sludge that has been sterilized to use on the lawns. The City recycles this sterilized material for use on City parks, golf courses,etc & now bags & sells it to local stores I understand. Any ideas as to s
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 Organic compost?
       • Posted by: bibbus 7b on Sun, Oct 13, 13 at 14:20
              • 22 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Oct 20, 13 at 21:45
For those who practice organic gardening, how do you decide what to compost and what to just throw away? I want to compost and recycle as much as possible for the environment but I grow a lot of my own food and don't want to put harmful items in m
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 Adding Christmas wrapping paper to the pile
       • Posted by: chickadee__3a z 3a Ontario on Sun, Dec 30, 12 at 22:08
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Dec 31, 12 at 8:44
What is the consensus regarding adding Christmas wrapping paper to the frozen compost pile? I wonder about the dyes in the paper. Thanks for any input. Follow-Up Postings: Return to the Soil Forum | Post a Follow-Up
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 Cup Fungus
       • Posted by: ljcarey CA on Thu, Mar 21, 13 at 22:31
              • 17 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Mar 29, 13 at 20:35
In the process of having my front and backyard re-landscaped and the landscaper is using some type of organic topsoil. Now I have mushrooms and cup fungus, which I never had prior. It's in the planting area and in the brand new lawn, I guess b
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 Type of paper to compost
       • Posted by: minkies 8 on Wed, Mar 19, 14 at 18:55
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Mar 20, 14 at 11:33
Okay, silly question but can I shred & compost the flyers in the paper? I haven't because of the ink but am I being silly? Thanks for hopefully clearing this up for me Follow-Up Postings: RE: Type of paper to co Return to the Soi
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 Can you compost just grass clippings
       • Posted by: RyanC95 none on Fri, Jun 6, 14 at 13:30
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I kinda ran out of leaves from the fall and I have about 1/2 arces of grass being cut every 2 week. Do you think I can pile the grass and turn it a lot to prevent it from becoming slimy, I doubt there is much I can do about the smell without addin
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 Is this a green or a brown?
We have a bunch of empty lots by our house and recently they mowed down all the weeds that had dried out and may have been a fire risk. This is one of the several piles that are left over. Does this count as a
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