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Spanish: ┐Compostaje en "envases"?
By Beth A. Beutler
1 Grandma Susie has a compost bin. She throws all sorts of scraps in it. The chickens think it is for them. They like to peck at it!
2 I asked Grandma what a compost bin is for. She said it makes dirt to help her plants and garden. At first, I did not understand.
3 Grandma Susie explained. "Over time, my leftover vegetables, pieces of plants, grass clippings, and egg shells break down into new dirt. The dirt contains nutrients that help other plants grow. I mix the finished dirt into my plants and garden. It's a way to recycle."
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