Starting A Compost Tumbler: Proper Composting Procedures

Composting can be an effective way to make use of kitchen waste and yard scrap. If you do the proper composting procedures, it can also provide garden soil with rich nutrients for plant growth. 

A compost tumbler is a sealed container that makes composting simpler and faster. It helps to retain the heat needed for decomposition and also turns the organic materials in the box

What is a Compost Tumbler?

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Starting a Compost Tumbler

Choose a Compost Tumbler


Pick the Right Spot


Use the Right Type of Organic Materials



You will have to balance the nitrogen and carbon materials in the compost tumbler if you want decomposition to take place.

Balance the Nitrogen and Carbon Materials

Keep your compost pile free from any materials such as toxic chemicals and anything that isn’t safe for your soil and plants.

Remove Dirt and Debris for Your Compost Tumbler.

A compost tumbler might work magic when it comes to preparing compost, but you should know that this can take anywhere from a few weeks to a month to finish.

Compost in Batches for a Better Finished Compost

Starting a compost tumbler is not all that difficult, especially if you know a little bit about composting. You can mix finished compost to your soil to improve its nutrients and enjoy its benefits.


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