Let it Rot!: The Gardener's Guide to Composting

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Storey Pub., 1990 - Compost - 152 pages
Shows how to recycle waste materials to create compost, discusses the uses of compost and the equipment used, and includes instructions for building compost containers.

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This is a book for people with a _lot_ of composting to do, not people like me who are just getting rid of kitchen scraps in a "Green Machine". it has some tips on gardening and how to use one's ... Read full review

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A good introduction to composting for gardeners. It discusses various composting systems, their advantages and disadvantages. Bins and tumblers. How to build a bin, where to locate it. What to put on ... Read full review

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The late Stu Campbell was an accomplished gardener, writer, and skier who lived in Stowe, Vermont. He wrote "The Home Water Supply", "The Mulch Book", "Mulch It!, " "Let It Rot!, " and "Improving Your Soil".

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