Category Archives: Compost

11 March 2018 6:08am – City Farming

Live in a city but want a country lifestyle and connection to your food? No worries! :) Suburban farming: The Australians with country lifestyles, but city lives

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3 February 2018 1:31pm – Using Coffee Grounds in the Garden

“You may have noticed that some cafes now offer free spent coffee grounds for customers to take home and use in the garden. In theory, this is a great initiative but the reality is that fresh coffee grounds are high … Continue reading

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12 September 2017 4:59pm – Pallet Compost Bay No.1

Made the first compost bay! :D It’s located behind our shed, north-facing, in a spot that seems to be just too hot for anything to grow in summer, so hopefully it’ll get a good temperature going. The pallets are screwed together … Continue reading

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11 September 2017 3:42pm – A Productive Day

Wow! What a productive day! 14 wooden pallets (for new compost bays), a water barrel for the back of the tractor (and associated fittings and pump), 4 planters (ie cut-in-half barrels), and everything we need to finish off our bathroom … Continue reading

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5 July 2017 4:02pm – Humanure and Composting Loos

We’re looking to install a composting loo system up at the farm shortly. What are your thoughts/experiences? Humanure: The Next Frontier in Composting

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8 March 2017 7:54pm – Hot Composting

Limestone Permaculture have re-shared their hot composting info to their Facebook page, but for those who don’t have Facebook, I think its worth transcribing here. If you have the space, this is a great way to compost a larger quantity of material. … Continue reading

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