DIY: How To Build A Tumbling Composter



diy tumbling composter

If you’re not using compost in your survival garden, then you should start right away. Here are some reasons why…

Compost is used as a soil conditioner, improves your soil’s structure so that it can retain moisture and hold it at the roots – where your plants need it the most, adds nutrients back in the soil, and helps your plants’ root systems grow stronger and produce more of whatever it is you’re looking for.

One of the keys to composting is aeration. The bacteria need oxygen to carry out the aerobic respiration that creates rich compost. One way to aerate your compost is with a pitchfork or a compost turning tool. If you keep your compost in a tumbler, however, all you have to do is turn the container. Since most compost barrels can be expensive, you may be interested in building your own compost tumbler for much less money and an hour of your time.

Follow the link below for a great step-by-step guide showing…

How To Build A Tumbling Composter

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