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HHHBYE Posts: 2,908
3/23/08 9:38 P

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Thanks everyone, this is really useful! Keep posting great ideas and knowledge! :D

If you *think* you can do something, or that you cannot, either way, *you are right*


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MCGRATH2 Posts: 2,487
3/22/08 6:04 A

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This is exactly what I needed to read!!
My grandtwins and I have been talking about starting a worm bed (for fishing).......now I can compost and have red wigglers as well!!
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3/21/08 10:11 P

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Growing up, in our school we used to have a little rubbermaid box it sat on the counter and all the lunch scraps went into it. It was a class of 24 or so and it had worms in it (earthworms) they worked the compost faster and it didn't smell or anything it was rely easy I would google worm composting.

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3/18/08 10:00 A

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HHHBYE Posts: 2,908
3/10/08 11:51 P

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That`s some great info! Thanks! :D

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3/9/08 6:12 P

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Thanks for that info. We live in a condo and have no yard space. THis is something that I have been wanting to do.

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3/9/08 12:37 P

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It is great thing to do and yes you can do it in your apt. Here is an article about office composting and it can be done at home too. www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15224793/

Also here is a link from the state of California web site about worm composting that you can get some ideas from... www.ciwmb.ca.gov/Organics/Worms/

I hope that helps you out...Matter of fact I think I am going to give it a shot too. We have a garden that we grow every year and that would be great fertilizer for it.

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MCGRATH2 Posts: 2,487
3/9/08 7:53 A

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I'm the same way = although I don't live in an apartment, I have a small yard. Somebody told me that Lowe's had a small compost bin that you turn to mix. I may run out there today and I'll let you know.
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Does anyone here compost? I'd love to start doing it, but I live in an apartment without any kind of yard or outdoor space. Does anyone know of a good, small, non-smell-producing indoor compost bin? It makes me sad to see all my apple cores go to waste!

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