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"No-turn" composting fadinha_green



The biggest chore with composting is turning the pile from time to time. However, with 'no-turn composting', your compost can be aerated without turning.

The secret is to thoroughly mix in enough coarse material, like straw, when building the pile. The compost will develop as fast as if it were turned regularly, and studies show that the nitrogen level may be even higher than turned compost.

With 'no-turn' composting, add new materials to the top of the pile, and harvest fresh compost from the bottom of the bin.


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