"Composting 101 - The Benefits Of Composting, How To Make Compost, & What To Compost For Organic Gardening!"
"I always thought composting is what old poor people did to save money, that is until I met The Bird Man! I had no idea what The Benefits Of Composting could be. The Bird Man made a very nice three partition compost bin for us and showed us What To Compost."
Bill & Jill - Larkspur, CO
"We hired The Bird Man go give us a Composting 101 seminar at our house on the Benefits of Composting and How to Make Compost. The Bird Man showed my husband how to make a compost bin and after a couple of months we had some safe beautiful food for the soil containing millions of beneficial microbes. hanks to The Bird Man our garden is better than ever before!"
Cindy - Oxnard, CA
Organic vegetable gardening can and is fun and with a little planning and quality advise you too can have exceptional results. Unlike other hobbies and businesses there are a number of things that are all equally important to successful vegetable gardening. How to Make Compost should be one of the first things a successful gardener learns to do.
When we consult to new customers about where they want us to plan and build a garden for them we first ask where they wish to install a compost bin. The sooner one installs a compost bin in a great location the sooner they will experience the Benefits of Composting. Spreading this black gold on their garden beds ensures lots of exceptional nutrients to your plants.
We provide a class called Composting 101 to homeowners, clubs, and businesses where students learn many things including the Benefits of Composting, How to Make Compost, and What to Compost. If you are interested in a price for such a class or consulting at your home click on Contact Us to fill out a form.
What to Compost is a large list of products, but the basic idea is that you can compost most anything that is not animal based. Specifically you want to concentrate on composting vegetable products and stay away from oils, grease, human & pet feces. Horse and cow manure can be good if you know exactly what they are eating and more importantly where there hay and grain came from.
For a FREE list of What to Compost including What Not to Compost click on Contact Us with "What To Compost" in the text box!
What to Compost is more important than How to Make Compost! For the home gardener using kitchen scraps is fantastic. I prefer using a compost pail in the kitchen that has a small charcoal filter on the top to help prevent smells from escaping into the kitchen.
Your FREE What to Compost list will not only give you many materials you can compost, but will break them up in Nitrogen (N) and Carbon(C) containing products!
The Benefits of Composting are endless! Benefits such as you are recycling, making compost that is packed full of nutrients for your garden, it is very educational for you and the family, and it is free. For more information on soils see our Soils link.