An Alameda Garden: Review: Two-Batch Tumbling Composter

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Review: Two-Batch Tumbling Composter

For the past few months I've been trying out a new tumbling composting system that cooks compost in two separate batches and eliminates the need for the back-straining task of turning the compost pile with a garden fork. You can read my review of this composter at Gardening Products Review, along with many other helpful reviews of a wide variety of garden products. I suppose any composting system is better than nothing, but is this worth your money? Check out the review to find out!

1 comment:

  1. What's more, on the off chance that you quit turning the heap, it turns out to be less oxygenated, which implies the organisms in charge of the materials' decay quit working so hard and the fertilizing the soil procedure slacks off. At the end of the day, quit turning your manure heap and it'll be a decent long time before you get that dark gold of brittle, supplement rich fertilizer you were seeking after.


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