Tuesday, November 12, 2013

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What is the benefit of making your own compost?

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  1. You won't have to buy compost, plus you can also sell it. For your own profit

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    1. Selling it is a great idea. You can easily get money. You could sell it to local buyers.

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    2. Yeah, some people sell compost for a living. You can make decent mulch out of scraps, even.

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    3. I agree, if you make your own compost you can make a profit by selling it.
      Alex van Ravenswaay

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    4. I agree, you'll save so much money by making your own compost.
      -Mariela Lopez

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  2. By making your own compost, you could save a lot of money by not buying it from a store.

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    1. You save a whole bunch of money
      -Cameron Smith

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  3. By producing your own compost, you both save money, and have a use for the scraps you find in your kitchen and such.

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  4. You can make compost with things in your backyard, so why would you buy compost from the store when you can make it for free. And as a bonus you can sell the extras to make profits.
    Alex van Ravenswaay

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    1. You make money if you sell it so i agree with you
      -Cameron Smith

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  5. No money spent. Having your own compost cost no money but you can make money from it.
    -Cameron Smith

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    1. You could sell it for cheaper than a store and have more customers.
      Hannah McBride

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    2. You can make your own profit out of it.- Beatriz Martinez

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    3. And not have to buy. Plus sell it at your price.

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    4. ^ ·Roberto Cortes

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  6. The benefits of making your own compost is that you can make as much as you want, save money, and sell it for profit.
    -Mariela Lopez

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    1. Yes i strongly agree because it will cut back on the cost a lot and if you have a good compost you can even sell your own, and make twice as much money. -Hannah Ramirez

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    2. I agree, you can make your own business and sale the compost.
      -America Espinosa

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  7. The benefits from making your own compost is you can be more specific to the plant you are trying to grow. Therefore it will come out more strong, and healthier. -hannah ramirez

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  8. The benefits are that if you don't really need it, then you can sell it for a profit. Having a business of that kind would be good.

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  9. You can save money and have a place for your waste.
    Hannah McBride

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    1. I conur, It not only offers a learning experience and saves you a lot of money when tending to your land.- Siul Ortiz

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  10. You are able to save money in your wallet and keep your garden healthy and fruitful.- Siul Ortiz

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    1. I agree you will save money because you're making it yourself.
      -Christopher Rodriguez

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    2. I agree that you can save money

      Melissa Cousino

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  11. You will be eating healthy and you will save money.
    -America Espinosa

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    1. I don't know about eating healthy... -Gabby Molina

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    2. True... it is alot healthier.
      Ayman Wahed

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  12. You can save money and you can choose what goes in it.
    -Christopher Rodriguez

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    1. Yeah, that's a good point that you made about compost. -Darryl Harris

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    2. That's a good idea, but it might be good for the compost to have equal amounts because ever plant is different.
      ~Evelyn C.

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  13. The benefit of having your own compost, is well you're saving a lot of money, and it's pefect for waste.
    -Gabby Molina

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    1. i agree you can also save money.
      -rebecca ortega

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    2. I agree that you can also save money.

      Melissa Cousino

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  14. The benefit for making your own compost is so that you can grow your own garden and you cant recycle your waste instead of just throwing it away
    -rebecca ortega

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  15. It is beneficial because it allows you to dispose of materials effectively, control the components of your compost, and save money.

    Melissa Cousino

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  17. You save a lot of money by making your own compost instead of buying it. -Darryl Harris

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  18. The benefit of making your own compost is that you save money.
    Ayman Wahed

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    1. I agree with you Ayman you would save a lot of money

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  19. A benefit would be not having to buy compost which will save you some money and you can even make compost to sell it and make yourself a profit.
    ~Evelyn C.

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  20. a benefit of making your own compost would have to be saving money and even a chance of making money if you was to sell it. -Tyra Mallet

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  21. The benefit of making your own compost is you can add ingredients to it that make things grow sturdier and to use it for your crops or sell it. - levy whiteing

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  22. The benefit of having your own compost is that you will save money and not waste food that have another source. -Iman Andrews

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  23. Your soil can be more fertile and the plants have better soil and grow strong and healthy.

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  24. The benefit of making your own compost is that you'll have your own compost and by that you'll be able to sell it and make a lot profit from it.
    -Beatriz Martinez

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  25. You can grow it, sell it and use it yourself so you wont need to buy
    ·Roberto Cortes

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    1. that's good idea because you can make your own profit by selling ti
      -Denise Cervantes

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  26. to provide a rich soil for potting plants, trees, yard, and shrubs and it also saves you money
    -Denise Cervantes

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  27. its cheaper and you use it for plants and trees

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