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Mixing Compost Pile

Post  Guest on Sat Sep 27, 2008 9:59 pm

http://www.durgan.org/ShortURL/?INGIG 27 September 2008 Mixing Compost Pile
The compost pile was mixed today and some material was put on an area of the garden for planting garlic about the 15 October 2008. The pile was wet but still working as judged by the heat and odour.


http://www.durgan.org/ShortURL/?FHVJI Summary: Composting experience.

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Post  meriash on Sun Sep 28, 2008 2:06 am

I love looking at all your hard work, LOL

How big is your garden, to get that much compost it must be quite large I imagine and so very green, hard to imagine that for so many months its is covered by frost and snow.
Especially from where I live where the only snowy stuff comes when we clean out the deep freezer.

I must thank you for going to so much trouble and showing us all your pictures, should I ask, How do you do it that way ???

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Post  Guest on Sun Sep 28, 2008 5:19 am

meriash wrote:I love looking at all your hard work, LOL

How big is your garden, to get that much compost it must be quite large I imagine and so very green, hard to imagine that for so many months its is covered by frost and snow.
Especially from where I live where the only snowy stuff comes when we clean out the deep freezer.

I must thank you for going to so much trouble and showing us all your pictures, should I ask, How do you do it that way ???

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Garden is about 0.4 of an acre, good clay soil, in an urban setting. It give me something to occupy my time, and to see just how well I can get plants to grow.

If you are really interested in the picture sending method, I will send you all the information. The method was developed by myself, since I had enough of the 'bucket' systems. The method is not computer nerd nonsense. It is just utilizing existing readily available software. The cost is probably less than 100 dollars one time outlay for software, and learning how to use it. Remember, a computer expert is a person who is only one click ahead of you.

Your pictures can be displayed easily, sent everywhere by utilizing the URL, which means a simple text message. Very convenient for the recipient.

From picture taking to posting on the Internet, only takes me a few minutes.

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Post  Lucky1 on Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:46 am

Oh what a great set of photos and love how you turned the compost like Razz
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