Organic matter

Enhance the health and fertility of your garden with organic matter. Learn how it improves soil structure, retains moisture, and provides essential nutrients for vibrant plant growth.
Composting is not merely a smart way to reduce household waste. It's an eco-friendly practice that transforms organic matter into a treasure trove of nutrients for your garden. One of the most abundant and readily available sources of organic material is right in your backyard: yard waste. From grass clippings and leaves to branches and spent flowers, your garden is an endless source of raw material for composting. The Gold in Yard Waste Yard waste might seem insignificant or even a nuisa... Compost, Organic Compost, Composting At Home, Compost Bin, Landfill Waste, Potting Soil, Compost Tea, Fertilizer For Plants, Yard Waste

Composting is not merely a smart way to reduce household waste. It's an eco-friendly practice that transforms organic matter into a treasure trove of nutrients for your garden. One of the most abundant and readily available sources of organic material is right in your backyard: yard waste. From grass clippings and leaves to branches and spent flowers, your garden is an endless source of raw material for composting. The Gold in Yard Waste Yard waste might seem insignificant or even a nuisa...

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Linda Ullman
From Mrs. Easton, "Saprotrophs, Mesophiles, Psychrophiles and More …" Bio Art, Design, Microbiology, Corruption, Decay, Microscopic, Gcse Art, Microscope, Rotten

Mold gets a bum rap. Yes, yes, it’s disgusting and smelly and can easily make you sick, or worse, even kill you. But, without it, we wouldn’t have cheese or salami, to name but two examples of choice edibles. Incidentally, it can also save your life. So really, doesn’t the good ultimately cancel out the […]

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Erin Cousins
Thank God for Earthworms! http://www.icr.org/article/9943 Despite their size, earthworms are surprisingly helpful creatures. They occasionally venture above ground in broad daylight but are mostly night crawlers. They are best known for their underground habits, such as recycling organic waste, aerating soil, and helping organic matter to decompose. Bugs And Insects, Tattoos, Worms, Nature, Night Crawlers, Manure Fertilizer, Farm Theme Preschool, Decompose, Worm Farm

Thank God for Earthworms! http://www.icr.org/article/9943 Despite their size, earthworms are surprisingly helpful creatures. They occasionally venture above ground in broad daylight but are mostly night crawlers. They are best known for their underground habits, such as recycling organic waste, aerating soil, and helping organic matter to decompose.

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Institute for Creation Research