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Like a child when he sees his favorite toy, just like that I felt today when I found these forest compost pile from sawdust and leaves Do you have any recipes for quick compost creation? Thanks!
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If you have the right mix of browns, greens, & water, and you turn the pile every day, it will be ready in 2 weeks. I did this once as an experiment, and it worked for me. However I would only do this if you are in a big hurry. Far better just to turn it whenever you need some exercise.
 
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Thanks! I find what I was looking for (18 days composting) in this movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ic6n8i6cuHA
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