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Environment and Natural Resources » Waste Management

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  • EP14
    EP14
    Wood Ashes from the Fireplace

    Ashes from your fireplace or woodstove contain potash. If you bought ashes as a commercial fertilizer, the bag would be marked 0-1.5-8: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium percentages.

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  • EP7
    EP7
    Direct Application of Organic Materials

    Organic materials can be directly applied to garden soil and incorporated with a plow or tiller, allowing the decomposition to occur in soil rather than the compost pile.

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  • EP4
    EP4
    Using Compost

    Compost can be beneficial in horticultural applications: Fertilization and soil improvement with organic matter, compost at planting, mulching, potting mix, top dressing for lawns.

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  • EP9
    EP9
    Earthworms

    Earthworms are among a gardener’s best allies, so consider how your actions affect the worms below its surface. The garden worm is often called nature’s plow. 1-page, B/W.

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  • EP10
    EP10
    Grass Recycling

    Up to 25 percent of your lawn’s fertilizer needs are supplied by clippings left on the lawn. Clippings do not contribute to thatch. Save time, money, landfill space by leaving clippings on lawn.

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