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Perhaps the most important thing you can do for your garden is feed it with nutrient-rich compost. This mix of decaying vegetable matter, grass clippings, and leaves may not be glamorous, but it improves soil structure and provides the nutrients your plants need to thrive. And it’s easy to create your own compost in your backyard or patio, at little or no cost. But don’t delay: it takes about a year for compost to be ready to spread on your vegetable patch. Ready to start? Here are a few simple steps to composting at home:
How To Start Composting At Home- http://www.ivillage.com/how-start-composting-home-guide-beginners/7-a-435464
I really want to give this a try! Do you have a composter in your yard? How did you get started?