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Environment and Natural Resources » Waste Management

Displaying 41 to 45 of 50 Publications.

  • 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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  • 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.

    $0.15
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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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  • EP24
    EP24
    Glass Recycling: Just How Clear Is It?

    Glass bottles and jars are melted down and made into new ones. If one brown bottle is dropped into a clear glass bin and shatters, that pile of clear glass becomes contaminated.

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