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Uses of Compost

     
 

(these are not WSU verified sources of information - Use Your Own Judgement)

Understanding Growing Media

Soils and Compost

Organic Potting Mixes

Erosion Control

Compost Teas

The Myth of Compost Tea: "Compost Tea is an effective alternative to traditional pesticides", by Linda Chalker-Scott, University of Washington

Evaluating the Benefits of Compost Teas to the Small Market Grower Four growers collaborate to test teas on their crops

Organic Farming Research Foundation Information Bulletin, Winter 2001. Several interesting articles and research on Compost Tea.

 

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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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