Monitoring the temperature of a compost pile can help measure the effectiveness of your composting efforts. The hotter the pile, the faster the decomposition.
If you’re going to use nitrogen-rich grass clippings as your compost “greens,” your compost need carbon-rich leaves as your “browns” too.
Give your family a fun, eco-friendly project — hot composting to reduce food waste fast and teach your kids a simple science that dates back thousands of years.
Your hot compost pile depends on four crucial elements for optimal production of aerobic bacteria in what is otherwise known as fast compost or a batch pile.
Get the answer to one of the most commonly misunderstood concepts regarding compost piles. Do you or don’t you need to add your own worms?