Amount of texts to »compost« 22, and there are 20 texts (90.91%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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Average Rating 2.909 points, 3 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 21:57:49 wrote
daisy about compost
Latest text on Aug 1st 2003, 10:09:22 wrote
Greg about compost
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on May 28th 2000, 21:49:23 wrote
halfdot about compost

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Mazzy wrote on Apr 13th 2000, 14:52:49 about

compost

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I have heard it recommended that Christmas morning is a good time to turn your compost heap. Personally, I suggest taking care of turning your roast potatoes instead.

daisy wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 21:57:49 about

compost

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Good compost is the food which creates a wonderful garden. The worms love it, your plants will love it. Good compost always grows the best tomatoes.

BC wrote on Apr 13th 2000, 17:32:08 about

compost

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My compost pile once spontaneously combusted. I've heard of this happening before, but never in the middle of fall when the temperature is below fifty. The compost pile was large and endangered a nearby line of pine trees. The firefighters insisted that it was spontaneous combustion and couldn't have been lit by the neighbor's kids, since the neighbor was the chief of the volunteer fire department.

whatevernext96 wrote on Sep 21st 2001, 16:30:11 about

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Surely, old compost is warm compost – sometimes even boiling in the middle? Our versatile worms don't seem to mind this at all – and over the years, the one or two rats and rather more urban foxes of the neighbourhood (probably in search of a centrally heated home, canny animals) have been known to burrow into compost of all ages, but especially mature.....

Greg wrote on Aug 1st 2003, 10:09:22 about

compost

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To me there is something particulary satisfying about tending a compost pile. That rich earthy smell, all the fascinating little organisms that live there in various symbiotic relationships... It's a perfect metaphor for the Earth and life in general.

Josef wrote on Oct 28th 2000, 00:38:25 about

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Man has given a false importance to death. Every man, animal, or plant that dies simply returns to nature's compost heap.

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