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The last two sections are concerned with doing work in and with the community and ways to help the Green Movement around the country. I cannot possibly find myself with an infestation of cock roaches. Apr 15, Patricia Kaniasty rated it really liked it. This is a great book. Lots of really awesome ideas on how to compost. Did not think that I would be able to compost living in a apartment but with this book, I can.
Thanks for the free book!! Jul 21, Erin rated it really liked it. Excellent information about composting. While the author does provide a ton of useful information, much of it is only relevant for someone who intends to take on a massive composting project. As someone with a moderately sized backyard compost pile, I learned a lot, but many sections were not useful.
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I think the title of this book "for small space living" is not quite true. Much of this book is written for the serious composter and would be much better with more space. I'll hold on to this boo Excellent information about composting. I'll hold on to this book and use it again in the future as I expand my composting skills.
Aug 22, Sarai Davila rated it it was amazing Shelves: conscious-living , nonfiction. A simple, well-written, charming introduction and more to the many ways to compost when you haven't got acres of space. I loved Louie's voice and turn of phrase, and I thought she successfully made a dry heh topic like compost into something rich and fun and a little bit hip. Needless to say, I'm excited to put her advice to good use. Oct 15, Julie rated it really liked it. This is a great introduction to composting in all of it forms: backyard bins, worms, urban farming, and even bokashi.
It's written in really accessible language for beginners and full of good tool ideas and tips. Oct 22, Kate rated it really liked it. Dec 23, Anita Comfort rated it really liked it. More than I wanted or needed to know View all 3 comments. Jul 16, Maci rated it it was amazing. Great resource and ideas for composting. May 14, Bonnie Jerro rated it it was amazing. Sep 04, Julia Hahn rated it really liked it Shelves: reading-list , rog , will-buy-someday. May 14, Pamela rated it it was amazing Shelves: nonfiction , sustainability-and-environment.
Author Rebecca Louie uses a whimsical, sometimes rollicking style of writing to give the most thorough guide to all types of composting that I have ever seen.
Her playful guide includes details about both passive and active composting; everything from small containers to the tried and true 3-bin method. Best of all every section contains a troubleshooting section so the composter can figure out what needs fixing or what went wrong with their compost.
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She covers worms, literally! Compost City even discusses in depth bokashi composting which makes it possible to compost the things they always tell you not to compost like greasy foods, meats, fats, and other undesirable elements. A marvelous side product of bokashi gives you an incredible drain cleaner too. Ever wondered what to do with pet waste? The author has a section on that too. Many gardeners may have stacks of Rodale Press gardening books on their shelf; I know I do. But kudos to Roost Books for believing in this project and publishing a book that details just about every possible procedure and question you might have about all kinds of composting.
The last portion of the book even gives tips on activism and starting your own composting venture at your local community, school, church, or vacant lot. The book is full of case studies of successful projects from all over and useful knowledge from experienced composters. For anyone who gardens on a small or large scale this book is a must have. Stop throwing food scraps in the trash and learn how to turn them into rich black gold to make even the tiniest garden a better place!
Aug 18, Kend rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction. This little volume came in quite handy for me in the early stages of trying to figure out what to do about composting; it includes an overview of all of the major composting "options," striking a careful balance between "too detailed for a first introduction" and "not detailed enough to lead to a purchasing decision.
I mean, c'mon.
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Composting is way too much work to waste. Apr 16, Gayle Cappelluti rated it it was amazing. I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway, and am sorry to say, I held onto it for some time before picking it up to read. I felt like it had too much info to digest.
Well, it does have a ton of info. And as a committed gardener who went from n organic garden in the city to an organic farm in the country, this is one book that would definitely fill the needs of either! I have read lot of info on composting and feel like this book has all the info one needs to get started. It will help you choose t I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway, and am sorry to say, I held onto it for some time before picking it up to read.
It will help you choose the system that best suits your needs, your space, your schedule, and your lifestyle. In addition, it is filled with reliable research and expert testimony. It is well written and crystal clear. Compost City is a winner!! May 11, Sue rated it it was amazing.
I received this book free from GoodReads. SO glad I won this book! Its an excellent, step by step, including why, of composting.
Everything you ever wanted to know! I have two horses which produce an average of 25 pounds of manure per day. I definitely had need for this book. Its published by a very small publishing house, Roost Books, who included their recent catalog when they sent this book. They also published a book about hand making pop up cards. I bought that for my sister's birthday. She's I received this book free from GoodReads. She's a card making fanatic.
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May 12, Jes rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , nonfiction. It had tons of great ideas to incorporate using in your own compost system and even better ideas on how to get in touch with other composters, making other people want to compost with you, and spreading the hype about composting. May 09, Gina rated it liked it Shelves: first-reads , non-fiction. I received this book as a first read. The author is funny. The book is humorous and informative. Louie does a good job of refuting the common excuses people use to avoid composting. Inhibitory effects of town waste compost on lettuce seedling emergence and plant growth were likely to be the result of a combination of the high electrical conductivity, ammonia toxicity and a low degree of stabilisation of this compost.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide. Effects of composted municipal waste and a paper mill waste composted with bark on the growth of vegetable crops. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Macmillan, New York, p. Google Scholar. Danneberg O H, Storchschnabel G and Ullah S M The analysis of nitrogen and humus in connection with a field test for the fertilization with straw and sewage sludge. Reidel Publishing Company, Brussels. Reidel Publishing Company, Brussels and Luxemburg.
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