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VivaGreen's Top 10 Compost Tips

VivaGreen's Top 10 Compost Tips

VivaGreen's Top 10 Compost Tips

VivaGreen's Top 10 Compost Tips

A Charmed Life: How To Raise Chickens WITHOUT Buying Feed, and Get Excellent Compost and Eggs Too

A Charmed Life: How To Raise Chickens WITHOUT Buying Feed, and Get Excellent Compost and Eggs Too

How To Build A Compost Bin From Pallets

How To Build A Compost Bin From Pallets

PINNED 84,700 times: This DIY compost bin is sturdy, easy to open, has good airflow, and latches closed to keep out critters! Free plans and full step by step tutorial here!

How To Build A DIY Compost Bin + Free Plans & Cut List!

PINNED 84,700 times: This DIY compost bin is sturdy, easy to open, has good airflow, and latches closed to keep out critters! Free plans and full step by step tutorial here!

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Brilliant vegetable garden tips, tricks and hacks for starters

How To Build The Ultimate Compost Bin   A 3 section compost set up so you can have a space for new, processing and finished compost all in one. Nice picture of how to build it.  So you can stop throwing away all those peels and parings and stop spending money on compost and make your own.

How To Build The Ultimate Compost Bin

How To Build The Ultimate Compost Bin A 3 section compost set up so you can have a space for new, processing and finished compost all in one. Nice picture of how to build it. So you can stop throwing away all those peels and parings and stop spending money on compost and make your own.

Weave your own elevated flower bed

Weave Your Own Elevated Flower Bed

how to weave a raised flower bed, compost bin, planter cover or fence! Straight up DIY basket-weaving! Cute way to disguise the compost bin.

The design pictured above is simply a 1 inch steel pipe going straight through each of the cans and held up by a strong 4x4 frame. The cans had access panels cut out that were reattached using basic but durable hinges and locks and of course many holes drilled to increase aeration and allow for drainage.

The design pictured above is simply a 1 inch steel pipe going straight through each of the cans and held up by a strong 4x4 frame. The cans had access panels cut out that were reattached using basic but durable hinges and locks and of course many holes drilled to increase aeration and allow for drainage.

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