On Sun, 25 Apr 2004 09:21:04 -0700, Paul Ostrof wrote:
You generally want to keep your compost in the sun if you can. Try to
treat your pile as if it were a living plant. Give it water regularly and
air (flipping). Equal amounts of green and brown ( carbon and cellous) and
you'll good compost in no time...
It's best to keep a compost pile where it's convenient. That's far more
important than the sun or shade issue. Build them right, and they heat
Tree roots can invade from quite a distance. Once more reason to build
hot pile with some sort of aeration grates underneath.
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
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