Compost Now, Fabulous Garden Later!

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Marjory Wildcraft of Backyard Food Production knows pretty much all there is to know about gardening and has just produced this video, “Cheap and Simple Worm Composting.”  If you’re a beginning gardener, a compost pile is a good place to start, especially now since it can sometimes take a few months for the compost to develop, depending on your climate.


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(3) Readers Comments

  1. Lots of great information like this at

    The site is full of posts and articles by preppers and gardeners.

  2. I love this!! Thank you for posting this. I am about to start raising meat rabbits and I am going to mix their "waste" with some straw and worms!! I am really excited because I won't have to shovel my local horse shelter's manure anymore in order to get awesome fertilizer for my garden.

    • I can't wait to get a larger compost pile going, myself.

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