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 Is composting expensive?

Answer No. Composting requires materials that are usually waste (kitchen scraps, newspaper) or offered by nature (leaves). Some people prefer to buy compost tumblers but these are not necessary to compost.
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How is composting done?

[1] Alternate layers of carbon-rich brown materials, with nitrogen-rich green materials. [2] Don't use diseased yard waste, or weeds. [3] Kitchen scraps may be used, as long as they don't include d... Read More »
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Eco Composting?

Composting is a way to recycle waste from your kitchen and yard so it can be used to enrich garden soil, notes informational website How to Compost.org. Composting is eco-friendly and can reduce ho... Read More »
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If you have Medicare Part A B what are the benefits of having a more expensive secondary insurance over a less expensive supplemental or medigap insurance?

Answer I'm not sure what you mean by a "secondary" insurance.
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What are the downsides to composting?

[1] If composting's done correctly, there's no downside other than a commitment to regular checking and turning. [2] There'll be downsides if material that shouldn't be composted is used. Examples ... Read More »
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