paul wheaton wrote:Now there is just nothing left to compost.
Sue Rine wrote:I helped make a Berkeley, (is that the right name?) compost heap once. On the first turn after four days we could smell the ammonia coming off it.
The main reason I make some compost is to have it available as seed raising mix....of course that might be another whole disadvantages of..topic!
Matt Powers wrote:"Tucking" into the soil also seems like too much work. I collect things in a bowl and toss it over a fence. I pitch fork things into a tall pile every few days. I move manure in every week or so. It seems easier than watering & turning.
William James wrote:Chickens and or Pigs. Worms in a flow-thru worm bin.
Compost no more.
Just throw stuff away and harvest the goodies.
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