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Getting started with compost production and use for the small and mid-sized farm

This program is part of a 23-webinar Michigan State University Extension 2016 Beginning Farmer Webinar Series.



Are you ready to include or improve composting at your farm? Learn efficient and effective techniques for making compost, as well as criteria for deciding when and how to use farm-made or purchased compost. Topics will include how to make and use compost for transplant and or containerized crop production and recommendations for vermicomposting.

Title: Getting started with compost production and use for the small and mid-sized farm

Presenter:  Dr. John Biernbaum, MSU Horticulture professor

Date:  Wednesday, April 13, 2016









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