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What if mushrooms grow in the compost pileI'm facing problem pls help me😫😫
wonderful video, thanks
I love your video!! Very informative and creative and it's clear to follow through!! Thank You and hoping for more videos from you and your cute family about the composting and natural methods to control pests and diseases that feed on vegetables in home gardens!!
This is a very informative video, gives details about composting. Thanks for sharing
Hey.. i have a leaf pile thats too big to move, and its settled some, so its hard to pull apart. Can i use a leaf blower to get air down inside the pile? And if i dont have many greens available, what can i use? Someone even said i should weewee on it.
Adding home made ground up charcoal to the compost bin will add in biochar at the same time.You get added benefits at the same time.The Biochar lasts for centuries depending on how you make it and what materials you used.Size should be about that of coarse salt you would find on a big pretzel.Smalls grains work well too.Charcoal will absorb the nutrients that the leaves would leech out and store them along with beneficial microbes for the plants.About 10% by volume is all you need.Biochar also helps with the composting of things too.
What ratio should dried chicken litter be ?
hi I m starting mashroom farming in pakistan any idea for mashom compost
AND good exercise,, burning off the calories ,.Regards Alf
Good work done !
I’m the president for Idaho’s Garden Clubs Inc. and appreciate your video training.
Thank you for the video. I am trying to convert my backyard to a garden. I have cleared the weeds, and i want to use them to start a compost pile. I have already started saving up kitchen scraps. The thing is, it is winter right now. So, i was wondering if there is a right and wrong time to compost. If I start this winter, will the compost pile be able to heat up and breakdown easily?
what really gets to me.... driving through town and see the HUGE piles of leaves that are in yards and beside the roads. I can only carry them so far, and my back yard can only hold so much. wipes tears away thinking of all those leaves I couldn't get
I had to pause and comment. This video reminds me of family goals. I love seeing your family work together. The helper @ 9:11 was great.
Imagine if everyone does this. Its so sad that we have landfills of trash
I use paper and egg carboards for the brown materials
Does it shrink when its done? Is the final product much lesser than what you put in?
Thank you so much for this series!