2 edition of Common-sense compost making by the quick return method found in the catalog.
Common-sense compost making by the quick return method
Maye Emily Bruce
Previous ed. 1946.
|Statement||with a foreword by L.F. Easterbrook.|
|Contributions||Balfour, Eve, Lady.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
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The Indore method (Sir Albert Howard). The Quick-Return compost method. All three produce good compost. The Bio-dynamic system is interesting but complicated, and out of reach of the great majority, by reason of its restrictions. For large farms and estates where there is plenty of livestock and labour, the Indore method is paramount.
This book describes a way of making compost, i.e. humus, which is simply, labour saving (no turning) and quick, both in ripening the compost and in getting results in the soil. It is adaptible to all conditions and to every size and type of garden, allotment or farm, the process being based on nature's own methods.
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The form will be Common-sense compost making by the quick return method book to the officer in charge of the Soil And Health Library, Steve Solomon. This method of compost making was originated in a technique given by Dr. Rudolph Steiner, and then worked on by Miss Maye E.
Bruce who published the gem of a book that goes by the name of: Common Sense Compost Making by the Quick Return Method.
The book’s copyright was left to the Soil Association, and is currently out of print. Common Sense Compost Making Paperback – June, by Maye Bruce (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings5/5(4). Common-Sense Compost Making: By The Quick Return Method by M. Bruce and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Common-Sense Compost Making: By the Quick Return Method at Read honest 5/5.
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Get this from a library. Common-sense compost making by the quick return method. [Maye E Bruce]. American ed. (Emmaus, Pa., Organic gardening) published under title: Quick return methods of compost-making.
Description: 95 pages frontispiece, 6 plates (including portraits), tables, diagrams 20 cm. Common-Sense Compost Making. By the Quick Return Method. by Maye E. Bruce. Chapter 1 Introductory Note. Here is a curious fact. It has taken a World War to revive and strengthen the human love of the soil.
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Bruce Synopsis. This book describes a way of making compost, i.e. humus, which is simply, labour saving (no turning) and quick, both in ripening the compost and in getting results in the soil. Andrew Edward Davenport is the author of Commonsense Compost Making ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ).
Common-Sense Compost Making by the Quick Return Method by Maye E. Bruce Synopsis. This book describes a way of making compost, i.e. humus, which is simply, labour saving (no turning) and quick, both in ripening the compost and in getting results in the soil. We appreciate the impact a good book can have.
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Paperback | eBay5/5. Common Sense Compost Making, By the Quick Return Method - Maye E Bruce - Faber & Faber, Tells the story of QR compost making in Miss Bruce's forthright and gripping style where she truly establishes herself as an excellent author.
Compost, that is good quality, locally sourced compost, is becoming a sought after commodity, in the east anyway, and suppliers are in short supply.
My two suppliers are both farmers; one is in a very affluent neighborhood, has spent a great deal of money on infrastructure, and has gotten USDA organic certification and is getting $45 dollars a yard, the other is upstate in dairy. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Her second book, 'Common Sense Compost Making' was published intelling the story of Q.R.
compost making, partly set amidst the back drop of World War II. The book reached wide acclaim selling untold thousands of copies over the thirty years or so the book was in print and the method became popular in many countries including Canada.
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The quick return method of compost making is a thing of garden cook books. A mix of herbs and honey are made up to get the heap going. This. One hot composting method, the Berkeley method, developed by the University of California, Berkley, is a fast, efficient, high-temperature, composting technique which will produce high quality compost in 18 days.
The requirements for hot composting using the Berkley method are as follows: Compost temperature is maintained between degrees. Tracing the Evolution of Organic/Sustainable Agriculture Common-sense Compost Making by the Quick Return Method () Sir Albert Howard’s Indore methods and the “Quick Return” compost system - into an instructive manual for gardeners and farmers.
MVG Cited in: Coleman. I blogged some time ago about Maye Bruce's quick return compost method and when it came to making my bin, it was her I turned to for the design. Her pioneering compost method is legendary, so when I discovered a box of books containing a first edition of her book 'Common Sense Compost Making' in a local auction, I snapped it up.
In the ’s Mrs Bruce wrote a little book called “Common Sense Compost by the Quick Return Method” She donated the Copy write to the Soil Association. She had bumped into the Steiner method and decided to experiment with the plants and the techniques to see whether it could be de-mystified.
Steiner had some materials buried for twelve. Maye Emily Bruce has written: 'Common-sense compost making by the quick return method'. Traditions of Edinburgh by Robert Chambers The Keswick Week by KESWICK CONVENTION LEST WE FORGET by SEKULESS, Peter and Jacqueline REES Common Sense Compost Making by The Quick Return Method by BRUCE, Maye E.
Common-Sense Compost Making — by the Quick Return Method by Maye E. Bruce. Seaweed and Plant Growth — from “Seaweed in Agriculture and Horticulture”, by W.A.
Stephenson. This Famishing World by Alfred W. McCann. Voedzame Traditionele Voeding — Dutch translation of “Nourishing Traditions”, Sally Fallon and Mary Enig. Soil and humus. in compost making, wise gardeners adjust their composting methods to common sense balance in the materials you select, and be sure to add articulated of the rapid-return or quick methods.
It is similar to earlier methods recommended by modifiers of the Indore method, to thoseFile Size: 2MB. Common-Sense Compost Making — by the Quick Return Method by Maye E. Bruce. Seaweed and Plant Growth — from “Seaweed in Agriculture and Horticulture”, by W.A. Stephenson.
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But there’s something even better than plain old compost, and that’s compost tea. As the name implies, compost tea is made by steeping compost in water. It’s used as either a foliar spray or a. - Every successful garden depends on the health of its soil See more ideas about Compost, Compost soil and Garden compost pins.
If you read anything at all when you get into organic gardening, it doesn’t take long to hear about compost, composting, and how to make a compost pile. Probably every long-time organic gardener has, at one time or the other, had one. I know. The reasons for this are detailed in the Kabbalah and Chassidic texts.
The intention is the quick rectification of the material body and spiritual soul so they each may return to their sources: the body to the earth and the soul to its spiritual root and then on up, higher and higher and closer and closer to God’s Essence.
Wow, thanks. The book, written by garden writers Barbara Pleasant and Deborah Martin (no blog, exactly, although there is a blog-ish update page here) covers the basics: the benefits of compost, how to build a bin, what goes in a pile, worm .- Compost is essential to creating healthy vibrant soil in which plants can thrive.
But starting your composting journey can seem ominous, even scary ('what about the smell?'). This board is dedicated to tips and tricks to get started, and questions you may have along the way.
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