Let It Rot!

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  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • Let It Rot!
  • Stu Campbell
  • English
  • 13 November 2018
  • 0882666355

About the Author: Stu Campbell

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Let It Rot! Shows how to recycle waste materials to create compost, discusses the uses of compost and the equipment used, and includes instructions for building compost containers. New Read [ Let It Rot! ] by [ Stu Campbell ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Let It Rot!

  1. Candace says:

    composting is a serious manner, as evidenced by all the hardcore gardeners i meet in my job i love compost and recognize its value in any organic garden, but honestly, i just can t bring myself to keep track of charts, temperatures and ratios this book is a great guide for any hands off composter such as myself i especially appreciated the first 5 chapters of the 1990 copy that i read which are dedicated to the science behind decomposition and the elements of good compost an easy read it composting is a serious manner, as evidenced by all the hardcore gardeners i meet in my job i love compost and recognize its value in any organic garden, bu...

  2. Sandra says:

    Originally written in 1975 it sounds like he s talking about the current state of affairs. which leads me to believe nothing has really changed in 40 yrs We are still polluting the planet and destroying the ecosystem and environment But we still have room the change and reverse this And the movement to becomingself sufficient and sustainable has never been stronger I have always been very health conscious and avoiding pesticides in my garden and preserving my harvest are a few of the Originally written in 1975 it sounds like he s talking about the current state of affairs. which leads me to believe nothing has really changed in 40 yrs We are still polluting the planet and destroying the ecosystem and environment But we still have room the change and reverse this And the movement to becomingself sufficient and sustainable has never been stronger I have always been very health conscious and avoiding pesticides in my garden and preserving my harvest are a few of the ways I made steps in that direction I did do composting in the past but with very little direction This book gives many examples and ways in which to compost I have been wanting this book for a very long time and I didn t realize it was written so l...

  3. Marquavious says:

    Not too bad of a book Did a very great job of explaining some of the basics while also presenting the info in a way that was accessible You could definitely feel the passion that the author has about composting all throughout the book Chapter 10 is a great resource for troubleshooting in the future One thing I wish was better about the book is a littlediscussion on the container type WRT their advantages and disadvantages Many of the chapters assumed that you were using traditional me Not too bad of a book Did a very great job of explaining some of the basics while also presenting the info in a way that was accessibl...

  4. Kathy says:

    Easy to follow A lot of information I was already familiar with from online research It was nice to have it all in one place, though I got a few ideas for my small backyard compost He covers the spectrum of different types of composters out there, from laid back, small uninvolved,...

  5. Kate Hainsworth says:

    Easy to read, though not too much new information if you ve perused a few basic google search results I read it to check the box that I was not missing anything obvious before setting up a small composting system intended only to digest household scraps and mi...

  6. Kerry says:

    Good primer on the science behind composting Wished it had a biton techniques for modern tumblers there is a scant paragraph that is mostly dismissive of the device but was good background nonetheless.

  7. Haines Eason says:

    Imminently useful and very approachable, if strangely charmingly humorous Guess a good gardener shouldn t be too stern The age of this edition 1975 also made for fun contemplation of our present world versus the America of forty years ago.

  8. Audra Hackett says:

    Some good information, but the book is poorly organized It should be organized by which type of composting you plan on doing and then have another section dedicated to the science of itI feel like I have to look all over the place for the information I need to do composting at my home.

  9. Peter says:

    Fairly simple and straightforward Exactly what I was looking for.

  10. Maria Balmer says:

    Great readContains insightful information on composting from a geeky point of view, but lacked practicality Overall, a good read and intro to composting.