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Compost Decomposers

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Starting an Herbal Garden
When planning an herbal garden it is important to decide what herbs you want to grow. Then decide where you're going to plant them. Will it be indoors or outdoors? Is there enough sunlight? Is the soil loose with good drainage or very firm and rocky? And so...
Earth Mysteries >> Herbalism
Juice Fasting 1.01: Building Will
Two of the biggest problems with any metaphysical pursuit are: 1. Lack of will power 2. Dietary caused low energy levels Will Power: Will power is quite different from 'personality strength'. Just because a person has great personality strength does not mean...
Psychic Abilities >> Psychic Development
Wiccan Mysteries
My best friend asked, "So explain this Wiccan Mystery to me about drums". Now I have never equated the term Wiccan Mystery and drums together before. I have been working on some Mysteries this week, coincidentally. Actually, some of the God...
Religions >> Paganism & Wicca

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Arizona Gardeners: Microorganisms are silent partners in good gardening
The internal heat that makes a good compost pile work is usually due to the efforts of the actinomycetes. They have an amazing ability to survive and function at extremely high soil temperatures.
Tim Lockley: Millipedes are helpful in the lawn
They are decomposers. Their job is to consume organic material like dead leaves and grass clippings. The bad news is the "ick" factor people get when millipedes begin to show up by the thousands.
From Dead Leaves to Rich Soil
Newswise — March 2, 2016 – Those dead leaves you forgot to pick up last spring can turn into very rich soil if handled the correct way. The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) March 1 Soils Matter blog post explains the process of how leaves are ...
Dig this: Drury students giving back
Donate items, time to help PCES garden grow
So far, we've researched which vegetables are easy to grow, have the least pests and about how to create our own rich soil by composting. Third grade students were excited to compost items collected by the class and hypothesize which of the items will ...

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