Steel Compost Spreader

Seller: Gemplers Gemplers by NORTHSTAR NORTHSTAR

This steel compost spreader easily rolls against a sidewalk or building for precise, even spreading. This compost spreader loads and cleans through a 23""L x 7""W sliding door on the roller face. Mesh openings are 1"" x 1/2"". Spreader measures 24""W x 18"" dia. with a 24""L handle. 20 lbs. USA made. View all landscape cleanup equipment

$199.00

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Books

  • Mike McGrath's Book of Compost

    Capstone. 2018. ISBN: 1402733984,9781402733987. 120 pages.

    Reveals why compost is the answer to virtually every garden question. McGrath explains why compost improves soil structure; why it provides the perfect amount of food for every plant; how it fights plant diseases more safely and effectively than any chemical fungicide; and how to make your own.--From publisher description.

  • The Rodale Book of Composting

    Rodale. 1992. ISBN: 0878579915,9780878579914. 278 pages.

    Explains what composting is and how it works, provides instructions for making and using compost, and offers ecologically sound solutions to waste disposal problems

  • Let it Rot!

    Storey Publishing. 1998. ISBN: 9781580170239,1580170234. 153 pages.

    Shows how to recycle waste materials to create compost, discusses the uses of compost and equipment used, and includes instructions for building compost containers

  • Compost this Book!

    Random House (NY). 1994. ISBN: 087156596X,9780871565969. 248 pages.

    Provides instructions on how to get started, discusses the history and chemistry of composting, and explains why composting has become a vital part of waste disposal

  • The Science of Composting

    Springer Science & Business Media. 1996. ISBN: 0751403830,9780751403831. 1452 pages.

    The European Union initially demonstrated its interest in waste in the late 70s with the progamme on Waste Recycling Research and Development. At that time composting was only present as a coordination activity and it was only later that specific research programmes in the area were within Europe which was largely instrumental in setting up a series of European conferences, seminars and work shops. Some of these have resulted in publications which have made significant contributions to...

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