This show is all about the 22 things you should start adding to your compost bin.
If you don’t have a compost bin, I highly recommend you source one, because there are many used household items that you can add to it that gives back nutrients to your garden!
From hair to cotton balls, there are so many unusual things that compost bins love to break down for you so that you can share these often wasted nutrients into your garden. Your fruit and veggies will thank you for it!
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Until next episode, keep it green and divert some of that landfill into compost today!
I have a compost tumbler and since I got that my compost has improved tremendously. I actually have red wriggler worms in it – I dont know if they migrated from my in ground worm bins, or how they got there, but I am happy to have them. We have a large lychee tree which drops plenty of leaves which we shred and regularly add to the compost. Those really get the compost hopping, and I think rolling the bin mixes everything and incorporates air.
Gavin Webber says
Snap Gillian! I have worms in my Aerobin and they chow through the organic waste with gusto.