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  1. This publication contains a quick bibliography series.
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  2. Niall Dunne Everything you need to know to turn your garden and kitchen scraps into "black gold" Farmers and horticulturists have long understood the benefits of compost to their soil and plants. Compost provides important nutrients; offers habitat for beneficial fungi, earthworms, and other creatures; and...
  3. Jack Temple Jack Temple has put together a step by step program on how to reduce kitchen and garden waste and at the same time improve garden soil.
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  4. Dawn Berkelaar This publication includes an article from EDN #123 with additional pictures from Bill & Gerry Cotton's garden.
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  5. Stu Campbell In 1975,Let it Rot!helped start the composting movement and taught gardeners everywhere how to recycle waste to create soil-nourishing compost. Contains advice for starting and maintaining a composting system, building bins, and using compost. Third Edition. 318,000 copies in print. Just Let it...
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  6. by the staff of Organic gardening and farming magazine. J. I. Rodale, editor-in-chief [and others]. Compilation supervised by M. C. Goldman.
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  7. H.W. Dalzell et al Composting is the breakdown of organic wastes by simple plants and animals to produce humus. This manual describes the basic process and its dependence upon the proper provision of moisture, airsupply and heat conservation. The different materials suitable for composting, and provenmethods of...
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  8. Madeleine Inckel This Agrodok has been written for people who work with small scale farmers in developing countries and for anybody with an interest in composting and organic fertilizers.
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  9. Jerry Minnich et al Clearly explains the biological and chemical processes involved in composting, detailing various methods constructing a heap and making and using compost from a wide range of materials.
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  10. Grace Gershuny (Editor), Deborah L. Martin (Editor) Composting is fast becoming a household word. Gardeners know it is the best way to feed the soil, while others look to composting as a way to dispose of grass clippings, autumn leaves, and tree trimmings.