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#41 Seeker2be


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Posted 17 April 2023 - 04:55 PM

 i believe the compost and the worm bins benefit from a variety of "salad" waste , in other words multiple sources: vegitable scraps, coffee grounds from starbucks, cardboard,  washed sea weed collected locally, and ground up wood chips as well as spent mushroom blocks so there are many sources as well as biochar which traps or stores the nutrients..  Worms are in bins and in the compost pile.

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Posted 17 April 2023 - 06:21 PM

My composts receive all manners of organic "salad" material ..... plus derivatives like papers of all kinds (mindful of inks), wood chips/mulch too, weeds, leaves, expended garden and flower pots, pruning by products and wind drop....and etc....


Funny....spent mushroom blocks too....hahaha...


In the grass right in front of the compost heap, when it's raining and the sun goes down, you can pick a large bin full of night crawlers if you know where and how to look......and how to sneak up on them....


Edited by Arathu, 17 April 2023 - 06:23 PM.

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