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On Farm Composting

     
 

Manure Compost Marketing Guide (This is a *.pdf file)

A Guide to Composting Horse Manure

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Composting with Horse Manure (this is a Flash Presentation)

A step-by-step guide to building a horse compost bin

Do you have too much manure?

What is On-Farm Composting?

Whatcom County Health Regulations for On Farm Composting

USDA New Standards for Organic Compost

Resources for On Farm Composting -- comprehensive bibliography

Composted Animal Manures: Precautions & Processing

Clopyralid in Compost (a long acting herbicide)

Organic Nutrient Management and Water Quality

Approved Composts, soil amendments approved organic by WSDA

 

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Whatcom County Composting:

Master Composter Program

Publications &Fact Sheets

Vermiculture or Worm Composting

Uses of Compost

On Farm Composting

Composting Links

Compost Sources & Materials

Our Composting Publications:

Composting Basics
Composting Fact Sheets
Compost Tea
Build Your Own
Rainbarrels
On Farm Composting
Worm Composting

 
                     
                     

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