Want to maximize your gardens full potential? Then you should definitely try your hand at composting. This natural process can be very beneficial to your garden soil and plants, as compost made from organic materials can be made into a rich organic-based fertilizer. So if you happen to be generating a heap load of household wastes in a matter of days, then you should consider doing this process by means of a handy tumbleweed composter. This garden equipment can help you recycle and compost organic wastes in next to no time.
The Tumbleweed Composter
You can enjoy recycling by making good use of the tumbleweed composter. It’s very earth-friendly as it doesn’t require using electricity to make it work. This plastic-made compost bin is easy to look after and very cheap to maintain, as you’ll only be needing a supply of organic wastes from your home. You can easily fill it up with scraps from your kitchen, and of other organic waste materials from your garden.
The process of setting-up the composter
Every newly purchased tumbleweed composting bin comes with an instruction manual. Nonetheless, this compost tumbler is typically assembled in more or less 15 minutes. All you’ll need to start with this set-up is your screwdriver. Aside from the bin and its center axle, it usually comes with a rod and a few tube-shaped legs that are made out of stainless steel material.
Just like any other outdoor composting bin, you can load this composter with organic materials. Amongst the other things that you can throw into the bin are garden wastes and kitchen scraps. These organic wastes can be in the form of dried leaves (brown or green leaves can also be composted separately), grass clippings, presoaked newspaper strips or shreds, coffee grounds, crushed egg shells, fruit peels, and uncooked vegetable parts.
The spinning composter
This composting bin works through spinning. By pushing it down, the contents of the tumbler gets mixed and turned consistently (gets aerated). So rather then doing the mixing and turning manually by hand, the tumbleweed does the majority of the work for you. The breaking down of the organic materials can be expected to pass in results a lot faster than expected. By giving it a regular spin and maintenance, you can possibly produce a supply of rich compost in less than a month.
Composting indoors with the Tumbleweed Composter
If you happen to have no garden space to place a composter such as the Tumbleweed, then consider placing it inside your house. You can probably set it up by your balcony, inside your garage, or inside your basement. It can definitely be made into an indoor composting bin despite the space constraint. Other than that, the tumbleweed composter is also equipped to be pest proof. So securing your compost, and keeping it unspoiled is something that you can count on.
Uncle Jim’s recommends the Tumble Weed Composter
Reap the benefits of composting by using our Tumble Weed Composter. It’s made out of a UV-protected polypropylene plastic material that comes with a galvanized steel tube, stainless steel central breaker bars, and zinc plated steel fasteners. Order yours today to experience this equipments full potential.