Soil is where is all begins.

Compost crops slow erosion, improve soil, 

smother weeds, enhance nutrient and moisture availability,

help control pests and bring a host of other benefits to your garden.

They will save you money and give you a better harvest.
There is a compost crop for almost every gardening situation. 


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Booklet 12: Growing and Gathering Your Own Fertilizers

Growing and Gathering Your Own Fertilizer EA staff, Booklet 12,1984, 140 pp. Ecology Action Research Booklet 12 We’ve had increasing requests for a book on...
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Booklet 22: Grow Your Manure For Free

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Booklet 32: GROW BIOINTENSIVE® Composting and Growing Compost Materials

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Composting for the Tropics

Henry Doubleday Research Assoc., 1963 (reprinted 2014), 30 pp. Compost and Soil Fertility, An excellent short booklet on composting in tropical climates. ...
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Future Fertility Transforming Human Waste Into Human Wealth

Transforming Human Waste Into Human Wealth John Beeby, 1995, 164 pp. Ecology Action GROW BIOINTENSIVE(R) Publications, We are beginning to realize what mos...
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Test Your Soil With Plants

Test Your Soil With Plants John Beeby, 2nd ed. 2013, 167 pp.(formerly Booklet 29) For thousands of years, farmers were able to predict the agricultural v...
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The Humanure Handbook: A Guide to

NAME: The Humanure Handbook: A Guide to Composting Human Manure, 3rd Edition AUTHOR: Joseph Jenkins DATE/ED: 2005 TIME: 255 pp SEC: Composting & So...