The Ultimate Composting System (1 Viewer)

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Linda

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Hey - this idea looks really good. Composting kitchen scraps can produce some challenges if you have pets or lots of critters, but I can see how this idea would work. Plus, you don't have to do anything - the worms take care of all the work. The little bin which has holes for the worms to move in and out, sits right in the garden. Take a look at the video and link to their crowd-funding site for more info. Hailstones Melt - looks like they are Aussies.

https://igg.me/at/gosubpod/x#/





 
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Sounds like an Aussie:cool:

I love it.
Looks like it makes plenty of compost in that hole and doubles as a seat:ROFL:
Why buy worms when you can just invite them for dinner?

A neighbour told me about his mom's method: she'd tell him, as a boy, to go dig a hole in the garden to deposit whatever she gave him (kitchen scraps). He happily dug the holes wherever he wanted in the garden. She got her compost taken care of. The worms showed up and did the rest.
 
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Sounds like an Aussie:cool:

I love it.
Looks like it makes plenty of compost in that hole and doubles as a seat:ROFL:
Why buy worms when you can just invite them for dinner?

A neighbour told me about his mom's method: she'd tell him, as a boy, to go dig a hole in the garden to deposit whatever she gave him (kitchen scraps). He happily dug the holes wherever he wanted in the garden. She got her compost taken care of. The worms showed up and did the rest.
Yes, I take it the box is only for transport of the composted bits - otherwise you would need to plant your apricot tree or whatever directly over the hole.
 
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Linda , the first image you posted appears to be blocked and I don't know what the full page URL is. Can you post the link to the URL with the image so we can see it?
 
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the first image you posted appears to be blocked and I don't know what the full page URL is. Can you post the link to the URL with the image so we can see it?
I used the link tool,, which is the preferred method. However, some links seem to go away over time.

I'm in the US, and the second one works just fine for me - even clicked on the youtube link to play, but will insert again for you.

 

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Linda , the first image you posted appears to be blocked and I don't know what the full page URL is. Can you post the link to the URL with the image so we can see it?
It also doesn't show for me but i tracked it down — I think it's this URL here.
 
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