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Environment and Natural Resources » Waste Management

Displaying 36 to 40 of 46 Publications.

  • EP12
    EP12
    Leaf Recycling

    Tree and shrub leaves contain nutrients, providing organic matter which should be returned to the soil. A light covering of fallen leaves can be mowed, leaving the shredded leaves on a lawn.

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  • EP13
    EP13
    Disposing of Pesticide Containers

    Dispose of pesticides by using them in diluted form at the labeled rate on the target plant. Triple rinse to empty containers of liquid pesticides. Some manufacturers recycle containers.

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  • EP5
    EP5
    Composting Troubleshooting Guide

    Causes & solutions for problems with compost, such as rotten odor, ammonia odor, incorrect temperature, and pests such as insects, raccoons, and rats.

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  • EP6
    EP6
    Quick Composting

    Recipe for quick composting: 4 to 5 parts of organic materials to be composted; leaves, grass clippings, etc. plus 1 part of garden soil, along with nitrogen containing fertilizer.

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  • EP8
    EP8
    Approximate Composition of Some Natural Fertilizer Materials

    Nitrogen, phosphoric acid, and potash percentages for straw, leaves, manures, rock powders, vegetable & animal byproducts used as fertilizer.

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