Compost, Vermicompost and Compost Tea: Feeding the Soil on the Organic Farm

Compost Vermicompost and Compost Tea Feeding the Soil on the Organic Farm Part of the NOFA Guides series Information on composting techniques including Principles and biology of compostingTemperature aeration and moisture controlComposting methodsMaterials additives and i

  • Title: Compost, Vermicompost and Compost Tea: Feeding the Soil on the Organic Farm
  • Author: Grace Gershuny
  • ISBN: 9781603583473
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Part of the NOFA Guides series.Information on composting techniques, including Principles and biology of compostingTemperature, aeration and moisture controlComposting methodsMaterials additives and inoculants, biodynamic preparations About costs site preparation, equipment, labor and time What do you do with it Compost tea and other brewed microbial culturesCompost andPart of the NOFA Guides series.Information on composting techniques, including Principles and biology of compostingTemperature, aeration and moisture controlComposting methodsMaterials additives and inoculants, biodynamic preparations About costs site preparation, equipment, labor and time What do you do with it Compost tea and other brewed microbial culturesCompost and the lawWith extended appendices including a recipe calculator, potting mix recipes, and a sample compost production budget sheet.

    One thought on “Compost, Vermicompost and Compost Tea: Feeding the Soil on the Organic Farm”

    1. As a fairly new gardener, I've been exploring ways to make my gardening practices more sustainable—including producing my own seed starting mix and potting mix. Many of these mixes are built from peat moss and other materials which are harvested in communities from which these resources are removed and transported. These nutrient-rich and naturally-occurring resources often require generations to develop, but are removed at a rate which is faster than its generation—especially as gardening b [...]

    2. This book had lots of information on compost for small organic farms, but it isn't useful for someone composting in their backyard.

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