fiona smith wrote:
Can I use fire ash in my compost, I use wood and sometimes coal.
Lyvia Dequincey wrote:I always hear that's dog solids are better in the septic, but that doesn't work for me. I will pick it up, but not (routinely) carry it through the house. And I don't want it mixed in with my other compost. So I was thinking of digging a dog septic, like a doggie dooley. Basically a buried bottomless trash can, with an enzyme boost and occasional water. Maybe throw comfrey in it, too. Would that be an alternative? What would be the essential components of an outdoor doggie septic?
Hope I am more moving towards the answer and less hijacking the thread
Sean Banks wrote:just hot compost it....140 degrees temperatures in the pile should kill worms and other parasites....................add sawdust as the carbon source and treat it like humanmanure......wait a year or 2 before using it in your garden
katherine jones wrote:Is it suggested to mix compost? I have been reading about kitchen waste compost and planning to do it this weekend and am wondering if I can mix my dog's Poo?