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Garden Classses


Compost Tea

No-Till Gardening

Cover Crops





I love organic no-till gardening!  However, I love modern hot composting even more.  I have formed a unique, creative technique to making   over a ton of homemade, high quality, mature compost every 1-2 months!  My compost is primarily horse manure/sawdust, leaves, grass clippings, and grocery store produce food scraps.  I use this compost mainly as an organic mulch on my one acre no-till raised beds, all along the sides of my house, and in certain areas of the front and back yard. I also use it as a key ingredient in my special aerated compost tea recipes. 

Compost plays a key part in helping fall/winter cover crops grow faster and better.  Each square foot of my no-till, borderless, raised beds are loaded with rich, dark, crumbly topsoil, packed full of beneficial soil microbes, and big fat, juicy, earthworms!

I sell my premium compost to local farmers who understand, (or who want to understand), the miraculous power of composting. I sell it by the pickup truckload and also by 50 lb bags.


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Small pickup truck loads (1.5 cubic yards) - $120.00

Larger pickup truck loads (2.5 cubic yards) - $190.00

(NOTE: The pickup truck loads do not reflect delivery fees, if needed)

50 lb aerated plastic bags - $17.00 each

William (Captain Compost) is also available for scheduled speaking engagements for gardening clubs or conferences. 


This is the first published book from William and Peggy (Captain Compost and Company). This book is an attempt to cover most of the main topics covered in the "Captain's" garden classes and his organic gardening sermons:




"The Captain Compost's Way to Sow and Reap Naturally"

This hardback book is sold for $20.00.  

(NOTE: Add $4.00 for U.S. postage and handling.)






Contact him at 205-903-9756 


Residential & Mailing Address:  
William & Peggy Cureton
110 Kelly Creek Drive
Odenville, AL 35120    

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