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  • Tiffany M. 2 months ago
    I really want to start this but not sure where to begin living in a residential condominium.
  • Jill B. 1 year ago
    I compost anything compostable. I started with a plastic thing that you spin. It had two compartments. I moved from the city to a very very rural area. Now I have built composters out of pallets. I do some layering. And I also do lots of vermiculture. The worms make the best dirt
  • Mary Lee R. 1 year ago
    Does anyone out there use worms for composting? I have a small kitchen.
    • Jill B. 1 year ago
      I have a worm bin in my kitchen. They are awesome-just remember not to over feed them, don’t give them anything gross, and add bedding to food like shredded paper. It’s like composting outside more brown than green stuff
  • tommy b. 1 year ago
    today
  • Cynthia S. 1 year ago
    I bought a bin for composting lad year. So far, the breakdown of materials seems slow. Being patient with the process is key. Hoping to use this in my garden this summer.
    • Laurel L. 1 year ago
      Make sure that you get in there with a shovel or rake at least once a day and rotate/turn everything in the bin. If you're not already doing this, you should notice it helps a bit.
    • Cynthia S. 1 year ago
      Thank you. I have only been rotating the bin a couple of times a week. I didn't know it was needed daily. That's probably why breakdown is taking so long.
    • Laurel L. 1 year ago
      That's what we had been doing...only a couple times a week. I figured 'well, it probably won't help, but I'll try daily', and it seemed to help. Hopefully it helps you too! :-)
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