How to Compost : Learn Organic Garden Composting Online : How to Aerate Compost

Air is an important ingredient in compost. Learn how, and how often, to aerate (turn over) your compost in this free organic gardening video. Expert: Gale Gassiot Bio: Gale Gassiot makes her own organic compost or “gardener’s black gold.”

8 Responses to “How to Compost : Learn Organic Garden Composting Online : How to Aerate Compost”

  1. MyGreenThumb says:

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  2. JoeICairo says:

    The culture and learning that the Islamic world once possessed is gone. They aquired it from Greek and Roman texts as we Europeans did. However, in the 16th century the most prominent Islamic philosopher renounced ‘philosophy and all learning not related to the Koran or Hadith’. Since then they have gone backwards as far as it is possible to go.

  3. lyletuck says:

    Oh my.
    I’ve never seen the Maltese Falcon, so I didn’t recognize your userid as the name of a fictional character.
    While Joel is surely a Jewish name, they just as surely speak Arabic in Cairo. I just presumed you were having trouble with English since it was so easy to recognize the typo and the acronym.
    If you can imagine the Renaissance without the influence of Arabic thinkers, then your imagination surely dwarfs mine. Me, I’m glad we have Arabic numerals and algebra (aka “al-jabr.”)

  4. JoeICairo says:

    @lyletuck – I imagine it would be. English is my first language and I don’t speak Arabic. JoeI Cairo is the character played by Peter Lorre in ‘The Maltese Falcon’. Also, it’s not an Arabic name it’s Jewish. Lastly, Arabs(with the exception of a small number of Druze) are the lowest forms of life on earth. They are vermin. Thank you for your reply though.

  5. lyletuck says:

    Assuming from your username that you aren’t being ironic and don’t actually know what it means, “lol” is an internet acronym for Laughing Out Loud (LOL or lol).

    ‘reas’ is a typographical error where MyGeranium probably meant to type the word “reads.”

    Your English is much better than my Arabic!

  6. JoeICairo says:

    What does ‘lol’ mean? And ‘reas’? Sorry, I’m new to gardening.

  7. MyGeranium says:

    lol the scripted paper drops and she still looks and reas from it

  8. numpty1972 says:


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