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In-Place Composting

By orchidgal
November 22, 2014

If you are in the habit of throwing your kitchen waste down the garbage disposal, you are wasting valuable nutrients that would make your flowers and vegetables thrive. So, if you only have a little kitchen waste and not enough yard waste to compost, or if you don’t have a compost bin in your garden, you can do “in-place composting”.

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dlm
Nov 23, 2014 7:49 PM CST
Is it good for all soils? I live in ND, but winter in AZ. Would like to try it, both places.
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orchidgal
Nov 23, 2014 9:33 PM CST
I would think it would be fine for all soils; you're just adding nutrients. A smoothie for you -- and a "slushie" for the soil !
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