Gadis India Di Bandung Composting Model 01

International NGO Visiting Bandung Composting Model to study many thing about compost and composting. _________________________________________ Trash Rotary Klin Composter Biophosko® (Rotary Klin Hand Rotary Type) is a perfect solution to overcome household trash problem at the city-that dominated by organic trash such as traditional restaurant, hotel, and also domestic’s trash that comes from households. Organic trash categories ( degradable materials) including food remnants, paper, residu of fish bone, fruit peel, pieces of vegetables, etc). Convert organic trashes into something usefull-which is compost-that’ll usefull to maintenance the fertile of the soil and as nutrient supllier to the plants around the environments like the public’s resident, hotel, restaurant, public’s environment, home gardening etc. Compost can also sells commercially to farmers, garden owners, to everyone who has hobbies in plantation, florish, and gardening. _____________________________ Simple and easy to apply, just prepare trashes 200 lt or 0.2 m3 same with about 75-100 kg. First, trash must be cut into small pieces (about 10-15 mm) using knives or chopper. Put it into mixture container or on a four sided wall or put it directly into Hand Rotary Klin Composter.
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(magyarul lásd lent). The following amateur shots were taken as an annex of a botanical photography in December 2004. Species included in the video: Mauritius bottle-palm (Hyophorbe lagenicaulis), rare endemic palm species. Terminalia catappa, Roystonia palm-alley, Petrea volubilis, Nelumbo nucifera, Victoria amazonica, Dipsochelis elephantina giant turtle, Ficus religiosa. Pamplemousses. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden. In 1735, Labourdonnais, the first French governor of Mauritius (Ile de France at that time) established a vegetable garden to supply boatmen and people in the capital, Port Louis. Soon after, trees from the other French colonies, for instance for fruit and rigging timbers, were planted for the purpose of acclimatization. Between 1810 and 1849 the garden became forlorn. From 1849 James Duncan had started the rehabilitation and development of the garden again and used it as improvement and research base for the sugar industry. To help fight malaria, many thousands of Eucalyptus trees were grown where swamps had been drained. Since 1913, the garden has been under the authority of the Agricultural ministry. Access is free for visitors. Many people come to visit from the capital. (Hungarian reference: article by Reményi E. Le Jardin des Pamplemousses. Maurice: Typographie du Mercantile Record Company 1887.) The garden is compellingly beautiful and in very good condition despite frequent attendance. When you are there you see many security people but
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Apartment Garden Update 4

The Cayenne Uprising! Even though my jalapenos flowered first it was too hot and they dropped their flowers (almost 100 °F or 38 °C) Now that its a little cooler the ones that survived are showing off. Aphids are a constant battle. Always checking under the leaves for them. Finaly got my first tomato flower but still no fruit. Cilantro and dill all but died. Rosemary is slow but actually growing. After the video I topped the basil and gave it a trim. I want to encourage it to bush out, not up. I don’t need it being to top heavy. I’ll have another update when we harvest our first pepper!
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How to Plant a Vegetable Garden : How to Grow Squash in a Vegetable Garden

Learn how to grow squash in your vegetable garden in this free online video guide to vegetable gardening. Expert: Scott Reil Contact: Bio: Scott Reil is an accredited nurseryman and longtime horticulturalist with over two decades of experience in the field. Scott is now working for Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

Kitchen Garden magazine: Cucumber harvesting

In this clip, Kitchen Garden magazine editor Steve Ott gives some useful tips on harvesting cucumbers. The importance of regular harvesting to ensure continued fruit production is explained. See more on

Kweku Ayuba – Ghana’s 2006 Best Pineapple Farmer

Meet Kweku Ayuba of the Blue Skies Organic Collective in the Central Region of Ghana. Kweku is the winner of the 2006 National Best Pineapple Farmer in Ghana.
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My patio garden week 3

This is week 3 of my patio garden and I can’t believe how much it has grown!
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Learn about the materials you’ll need for square foot gardens with expert gardening tips in this free video clip on growing grid gardens. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner
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NetworkNewsToday: 19 December 2009 – The World Bank: Egypt: Egypt is managing waste by recycling solids like glass and metal, making compost from kitchen waste and capture and combustion of methane from landfills. Tons of trash from Cairo, Africas biggest metropolis is dumped at this facility south of the city every day. It is the end of the line and the start of a new one. Workers sort the garbage, taking out glass, paper, and plastics. A magnet sucks metal off the belt: these will be recycled and sold. Kitchen scraps and plants are piled into windrows and turned into compost that is sold to farmers. Cairo is aiming to treat 90 percent of its waste this way. SOUNDBITE (English) Fayez Mekhail, engineer, ECARU: Garbage is a treasure, if the men try to get benefit from it, so its very important for us in Egypt to get use from garbage and benefits from compost. But garbage disposal also can cause pollution, releasing gases such as methane that add to global warming. Work is underway in Egypt to put less in landfills by reusing more trash and by the capture and combustion of methane from the waste that is sent to landfills. With the World Bank as broker, this solid waste facility will be the first in Egypt to sell carbon credits to industrialized nations for recycling and composting. If they were just to put all of the garbage that is being reused into a landfill, it would release the equivalent of just over 500000 tons of emissions over seven years. The facility also makes
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How to Harvest Seeds : The Best Seeds to Harvest

Open pollinating seeds are the best seeds to harvest. But what are open pollinating seeds and why are they so good for harvesting? Find out in this free online gardening video. Expert: Gale Gassiot Bio: Gale Gassiot makes her own organic compost or “gardener’s black gold.”
Video Rating: 4 / 5 For more information, contact: Jim Striegel 972-899-0634 Coldwell Banker RES Lovely home on over 1 acre lot! Features high ceilings, hand scraped wood floors and decorative molding. Two story ceiling in family room with stunning stone wood-burning fireplace and built-in entertainment center. Study offers French doors, wood floors, and wall of built-in desk, shelves and storage. Chef’s dream kitchen is well appointed with marble backsplash, custom cabinets, granite counter tops, stainless steel Kitchen-Aid appliances, double oven, gas cooktop, large pantry, breakfast bar and island with storage. Huge master suite with sitting area, trey ceiling, gas log fireplace, access to patio. Master bath offers decorative wall treatment, custom cabinetry, double shower, Jacuzzi tub, granite counter tops, decorative tile and oversized walk-in closet. PebbleTec salt water diving pool with cascading rock waterfall, spa, and large covered patio. Backyard offers organic fruit trees and garden currently growing tomatoes, peppers, squash, and watermelon.
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Furney’s Nursery Summer Preview

Beautiful tour of Furney’s Nursery in Summer bloom.
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A Homegrown Education

Students at Pitzer College are running their own garden on campus, free fruits and vegetables from fresh, local, and sustainable sources. It’s all the rage ps the vid is not 7:37, it’s about 5:30 I just did not edit it perfectly… sorry!
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