Daniel Ray wrote:I don't think this would function as hoped and wouldn't give the user any great compost for the future. Humanure compost systems are not very difficult, woodchips are easy to locate for cheap or free and greatly increase the amount of compost available after the "rest" period. A read through the humanure handbook by Joe Jenkins will reveal that a properly made pile is not in need of turning so the effort involved is very minimal. Any gardening/permaculture site is going to have a compost pile anyway so why not make it a humanure one? We need to stop thinking of poo as a chore or something that needs to be disposed of, but something that needs to utilized.
L. Tims wrote:That's an interesting one, Greg. Kind of like compost tea. Do you add a source of sugar to it to feed the aerobic bacteria? How soon would this be safe to use (not on leaf vegetables or anything like that obviously, but trees and pumpkin plants)?