Frugal Gardening: How to Make Quick Compost From Grass Clippings & Cardboard

Compost is a fantastic fertilizer for your garden. Best of all, you can make it for free. However, it can take 6 months to a year for household compost and leaf waste to breakdown into a useable product. Want to speed up the process to within 30 to 90 days? Use layers of grass clippings from your mowed lawn and cardboard!

Gary  Pilarchik from The Rusted Garden shows just how to do this with these two easily available and usually free resources.

Making your own compost is a snap. When it’s free, that’s even better! Start your quick compost pile today. Your garden and plate will thank you for it. Who doesn’t love that?

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