William Mervel,Ayesha Darden

Gardening and Composting Bundle, 2 in 1 Bundle: Compost Everything and Mind on Plants

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Gardening and Composting Bundle, 2 in 1 Bundle: Compost Everything and Mind on Plants

There is no doubt that there is a rise in the popularity of gardening right now. Organic gardening pertains to growing vegetables, fruits, seeds, grains and nuts the natural way. This means that there are strictly no fungicides, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides and poisonous fertilizers and chemicals in the scene. Whatever kind of gardener you may be, you have probably heard of composting. Composting is not only beneficial for your plants but can also help you reduce waste. Organic wastes make up 25-50% of what people throw away. Instead of throwing it away, you can use it for compost for your garden. Some people are intimidated by composting because they think it is too much work or that's messy and would smell funny. These are all true but only if you don't know how to properly do composting. This is where this bundle will be beneficial for you.

In this bundle, you will learn all the important information about organic farming and gardening as well as composting. You will learn information that will help widen your awareness and familiarity about organic gardening. You will also discover different composting methods whether you're a food gardener or not. You will discover the role of compost to soil fertility and about different soil management methods.

This 2 in 1 bundle includes the following topics:

1. Compost Everything: The Essential Guide to Organic Gardener's Composting, Learn the Proper Ways and Methods of Composting for the Organic Gardener

2. Mind on Plants: The Essential Guide on Organic Gardening. Learn All About this Natural, Sustainable and Holistic Approach to Planting and Gardening.

If you want to learn more, download your copy of Gardening and Composting 2 in 1 Bundle today!

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