Making compost is about disposing of the inputs (garden and kitchen waste) and using the valuable output (compost). Ideally both.
I continue to refine my compost making for home gardeners. The trick seems to be to have three compost heaps. I favour the round black compost bins for a number of reasons. If you want to know why I think this works you’ll need to come to the workshop.
Although these workshops are free thanks to sponsorship from Hastings District Council, please register via Eventfinda only if you are definitely going to attend. No door sales.
This workshop covers:
- Why compost?
- Siting your compost
- What to compost and what to expect from your compost
- Pest control (animal and plants)
- Hot composting
- Cold composting
- Compost tea (seaweed, manure, nutrient crops)
Practical compost workshop – includes comprehensive notes to take away.
Other participants said:
Excellent. Informative, practical.
Well worth it. Value for money.
Excellent for the beginner.
Definitely worth attending as there is both information and hands-on.
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