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Recently i decided to recycle our kitchen waste, into fertilizer for the garden, instead of simply dumping it in the garbage bin. I hope that the following link ...
Kitchen waste strewn over an earlier layer of waste, leaves, saw dust. At the very bottom of the pit there is a layer of laterite stone rubble, pieces ...
The waste is covered with dry leaves that are strewn around our backyard - one may also collect and store these in a separate large barrel.
I have added a layer of grass and other weed cuttings that i retained from the front garden.
Saw dust - bought at rs.20/- a bag from the timber yard in my village
A layer of saw dust broadcast on the grass/weed cuttings.
Lastly, the heap is watered down with a garden hose to add moisture to the composting process. NOTE: Care must be taken not to over water, as otherwise ...
The run off of the excess water from the bottom of the pit - remember the initial layer of laterite rubble? This out let is important as you ...
The water trough all around my compost pit. Earlier I used to have earth worms in the pit so this trough would help keep the ants away. If ...
Adjacent twin of earlier depicted pit, being prepped for when the first pit is full. As you can see, any and all bio degradable material may be used. ...
The 2 large sacks of saw dust that i bought from the timber yard at rs.20/- a pop. The yard owner said the size of the sack was ...
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