This download contains a PDF of the ebook Compost Everything: The Good Guide to Extreme Composting by David the Good.
From the Description:
“If you’re ready to throw out the rule book and return as much as you can to the soil, Compost Everything is the book for you. It’s time to quit
fighting nature and start working with her to recycle organic matter and
create beautiful gardens with some of the most extreme composting
techniques known to Man!
In this inspiring composting guide, you’ll learn how to…
brew your own fish fertilizer with a few easy ingredients
quit turning piles and make compost the simple way
avoid roasting your garden with chemical-laced manure
discover the Native American trick for concentrating fertility and growing in lousy soil
squeeze every ounce of fertility from your compost
deal with grid-down sanitation
stop filling landfills and start enriching your yard
turn “trash” into treasure
Learn to compost like you’ve never composted before with expert gardener and master composter David the Good.”
If you’re ready to throw out the rule book and return as much as you can to the soil, Compost Everything is the book for you. It’s time to quit fighting Mother Nature and start working with her to recycle organic matter and create lush and beautiful gardens with some of the most extreme composting techniques known to Man!
I have a copy.
Good's guide to composting is an entertaining and informative read that does not take long to pay for itself.
Quirky hurmour pervades all 150 pages of this rotten topic. If the thought of "composting your enemies" hits you funny you are in for a good read.
Recommended 4 out of 5, because the only illustrations in the book are on the cover.
Perpetual Growth Regenerative Horticulture. Grow in peace.
I have this one, it’s good. It’s quite a short book, but there were some interesting things in there that I wanted to try. I’ve forgotten now what they were, so I’d best go reread it before spring hits, so I can give it a go this year 😊
Forever oscillating between wondering how I can fit everything I want to grow into my tiny urban garden (hahaha I can’t) and how to make enough money to buy my dream mini farm where I can grow everything I want to grow, raise chickens and be a haven for my local pollinators and wildflower species 😁🌱🌻
I'm a gardening newbie, but looking through this was really helpful and is making our families endeavors WAY less stressful. We have really dense clay soil too so it's been cool just doing the dump it all on the ground method.
My younger kids enjoy reading it and learning with me. So that's another bonus.
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