1. AccessAgriculture Training Video Compost is more powerful than manure. What is less known is that the micro-organisms in compost attack striga seeds in the soil. Compost also decreases the amount of striga that will sprout, and reduces its negative effect on cereal crops. Let us look at how...
  2. Compost can be used to improve the quality of your soil. You can use plant materials, animal manure and kitchen scraps to create compost. Compost will add nutrients and organic matter to your soil. This animation explains the process of creating and storing compost. Scientific Animations Without...
  3. Compost can be used to improve the quality of your soil. You can use plant materials, animal manure and kitchen scraps to create compost. Compost will add nutrients and organic matter to your soil. This animation explains the process of creating and storing compost. Scientific Animations Without...
  4. Compost can be used to improve the quality of your soil. You can use plant materials, animal manure and kitchen scraps to create compost. Compost will add nutrients and organic matter to your soil. This animation explains the process of creating and storing compost. Scientific Animations Without...
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  6. Composting is the natural process of 'rotting' or decomposition of organic matter by microorganisms under controlled conditions. Raw organic materials such as crop residues, animal wastes, food garbage, some municipal wastes and suitable industrial wastes, enhance their suitability for...
  7. 01-04-1979 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.
  8. 01-01-1979 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.
  9. 01-01-1991 This guides provides valuable information on composting yard, garden and vegetatative food waste to handle home waste. 2 copies
  10. 01-01-1980 This book explains how "any soil can be cultivated and any plants grown, a garden in which no treatment of any kind, prevention or curative will be applied, considering as we do that a treated soil or plant is incapable of producing a sturday lineage." It also contains information on producing...