John Hegarty
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Great for raised beds or pots.  Beds 3-4 feet wide, length is as long as you want. Can use: newspaper 1/2 inch, old straw, leaves, old hay, potting mix or compost, manure, at least a foot deep.

The term lasagna gardening seems to floating around some of the gardening communities lately. But what is it? Lasagna Gardening is a garde.

A 3-bin composter allows you to mix organic green and brown waste in one compartment, turn it in another, and store your finished, ready-to-use compost in another. And the best part is, you can build one yourself with recycled materials for next to nothing!

A 3-bin composter allows you to mix organic green and brown waste in one compartment, turn it in another, and store your finished, ready-to-use compost in another. And the best part is, you can build one yourself with recycled materials for next to nothing!

How To Brew Chicken Poop (or Horse Manure) Fertilizer Tea for your Garden | Fresh Eggs Daily®

Fresh Eggs Daily®: How To Brew Chicken Poop (or Horse Manure) Fertilizer Tea for your Garden

The Garden of Eaden: HOW TO MAKE LIQUID FERTILIZER FROM COMFREY

Comfrey is an excellent source of potassium, an essential plant nutrient needed for flower, seed and fruit production. Its leaves contain times more potassium than farmyard manure. Good article on making it into a fertilizer.