Title: Fletcher Sims’ Compost
Author: Charles Walters
Blurb: Covers the optimal conditions for converting plant and animal wastes into compost by balancing the correct ratio of raw materials, using the correct micro-organisms and moisture content, proper pile or windrow construction, and efficient mixing. Fletcher Simms, the Dean of Composters, has elevated the art of good composting to a science. Explains not only the complexities of commercial-scale compost production, but also the benefits of the use of this gentle fertilizer. A book that really draws you in, it is a combination of a biography and technical guide written by the founder of Acres USA.