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Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to How to Compost17 Jan 2018

Step 5: Harvest and useA properly managed compost pit or bin should be ready in five to ten weeks; however, don’t be discouraged if takes longer – it can even take up to two years, depending on the speed of the process and the depth of your composting pit. Remove the covering soil, net or cloth to take a look at the pit. You can tell that the compost is ready is when no recognisable food content is visible and it looks brown and crumbly with a fresh-earthy smell to it. This compost now acts as a perfect, organic, natural fertiliser for plants. You can either mix it in the soil before planting grass, vegetables, flowers or shrubs, use it as mulch or add it to the soil used for your potted plants.Read more:7 Everyday Steps to an Environmentally Friendly HomeTell us:Have you ever made a compost pit at home? Share your experiences in Comments below.

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Mona Foster added this to Mona's ideas17 Aug 2019

Gravel just might be the answer...if it's not sharp! Sharp isn't good for dog paws or human feet

Justin Wride added this to John Ingram10 Apr 2019

Imagine house as the pool table house, then slightly raised tropical beds and stone pathway

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