Garden - Rubbish Free

By: Rubbish Free  06-Dec-2011

Go with the old school compost pile, worms, bokashi, whatever, just make sure you're not one of the Kiwi's for whom 40% of their landfill waste is organic matter.

Great exercise, beautiful food, healthy soil..whats there not to love about gardening?

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