Looking for a good composter to turn your scraps and wastes into fertilizer? Great news! We’ve done the legwork and have come up with a list of well-reviewed (by actual users) compost tumblers that ship to Singapore. Take a look!
FAQ:“Hi, I followed instructions from your site a few months back and now have a tub of compost. It doesn’t smell but has tiny black flies (the size of little dots) coming from it. Is this normal?The flies remain in the bin and don’t cause much nuisance—e ...
FAQ:“Is it okay to keep a worm bin in a corridor area where it’s bright, but not under direct sunlight?” Here’s Our Response:Yes it is! As composting worms avoid light, placing your bin in a bright area would encourage them to burrow beneath the surface a ...
“Hi! I am embarking on a zero-waste lifestyle. One of the things I can’t figure out is where I can contribute my wastes to.
I’d like to compost them but don’t have plants to use them with. I also don’t have time to sell or give the compost away ...
Find out where you can get composting worms. There are various options to suit different budgets—you may even find worms for free too! We’ve also included a detailed list of recommended tools and resources. C’mon, head right in!
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Did you know that mixing your compost pile too often is a big no-no? It takes away an important “ingredient” for composting and slows the process down to a halt—almost. Find out why and how to prevent this atrocity from happening.
If you have run into composting problems such as odors and pesky flies, we’re here to help! Find out quick fixes here—even instant ones—that have worked for us over the years. Learn how you can prevent them from reoccurring too.
Here are quick and easy ways to check if your composting is going swell. For starters, the compost pile should be warm to the touch, along with condensed water droplets on the inside surfaces of the bin. Read on to find out more.
Wondering how long it takes for compost to be ready, and how to tell if it is? You’ve come to the right place. Take away the guessing game as you read and find out how compost should look, feel, and even smell like. Easy peazy.