About what to do with the bed, that just depends on what your goals are. Add more compost and mulch and treat it the way you would a garden bed, if that is your plan. If you want to turn it into something else later, then do what is necessary to get to there. =)
I think the word for what he was using is a "manual mower" or a "push mower".
Yes! Of course! Better yet, you could do like Ruth Stout and not even make a compost pile and stuff kitchen waste under some straw and mulch in the yard.
Actually, I already use the deep litter method here on the coop for winter time. I have to clean it now (I know I am late) and I normaly put it in the garden even if it's not entirely decompose. But looking at the video, it seems that there is a way of doing a good compost and I am not sure mine is going up enough in temp . SI I was woundering if it would be a good idea to let it sit for 14 days before using it. But maybe not finally.
I will look for that wheel. Thanks.
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