How To Use Squash Pits To Get Bigger Garden Yields… – Eco Snippets

How To Use Squash Pits To Get Bigger Garden Yields…

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How To Use Squash Pits To Get Bigger Garden Yields...

A squash pit is a composting technique that offers some amazing improvements in the yields of squash – and other vegetables. It is just one of the many simple methods shown in the Home Grown Food Summit’s premier debut of “Composting: The Movie”. The movie features the totally hilarious botanist whacko gardener, David The Good.

You can register for the free 2016 Home Grown Food Summit here where you’ll get access to more than 30 free presentations on gardening & sustainable living including the extreme composting movie. In the meantime, how’s a quick primer on creating a squash pit…

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try using kitchen scraps instead, who knows whats on that printed material they use – yuck.

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Really! Inks, glues, plastic binders, finishing glazes,etc… made from petroleum… and you’re growing your food in them!?!

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She’s doing the digging barefoot. Tough lady

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    Tks Cô! râ?t hay

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why does a add cover half of the text?with no way to delete it

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What the fuck is that person wearing ?

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No need to bury it.
Lay the paper on the ground and water it.
Add the compost and you have a raised bed that kills the weeds.

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Going to try this ?

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