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The Compost heap : the principles and practice of making compost by the "indore" method as originated by the late Sir Albert Howard
Bib ID 1933598
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Victorian Compost Society, 1951 
23 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Subjects Compost.
Other authors/contributors Howard, Albert, Sir, 1873-1947  |  Victorian Compost Society
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