Create your own compost and grow better plants
This should be your go-to manual for great soil!
-- JEFF LOWENFELS, author, DIY Autoflowering Cannabis
Myth-buster Robert Pavlis has done it again, writing an essential resource on the science (and art) of composting.
-- REBECCA MARTIN, technical editor, Mother Earth News magazine
WITH BREATHTAKING CLARITY, Compost Science for Gardeners demystifies composting practices and helps readers determine the best technique for their unique situation. Using plain language and easy-to-follow instructions, it distills and blends the latest scientific research with the author's decades of experience, debunking a host of common gardening myths along the way. Learn about:
Anyone can compost. Whether you are a balcony or backyard gardener, market gardener, small-scale farmer, or homesteader, or even if you are simply looking for a way to keep organic matter out of the landfill, this book will show you how to do it simply, safely, and sensibly.
Covers it all...leading you through the nitty-gritty, hands-on making of compost...including bokashi and vermicompost, and more. -- LEE REICH, PhD, author, Growing Figs in Cold Climates and The Ever Curious Gardener
ROBERT PAVLIS is a chemist, Master Gardener, speaker, blogger, and owner and developer of Aspen Grove Gardens, a 6-acre botanical garden featuring 3,000 varieties of plants. He is the author of Plant Science for Gardeners, Soil Science for Gardeners, and Building Natural Ponds.
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