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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