1. Generally, you're not supposed to put meat in a compost, not only for the possible smell but also because of germs and parasites. Compost piles don't get hot enough to kill all the cooties.
  2. resultant fish compost home to amend the garden. The home gardener can also use a bin for composting fish into lush soil additive and keeping this “waste” product from either affecting the aquatic ecosystem or clogging up our landfills. It is advisable to use a closed compost bin for this as fish waste may attract unwanted pests.
  3. Jun 21,  · Choose an outdoor space for your compost — you need at least 3 square feet of space — and a bin. A closed bin is a good choice if you're worried about the way your compost pile will look (or.
  4. Oct 01,  · Could your compost kill you? Bacteria that can cause disease in humans - and even death - is present in bags of organic material By Sarah Griffiths and Nick Mcdermott for MailOnline.
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  6. If compost is too wet, decomposition also grinds to a halt because pore spaces, where oxygen enters and leaves, become plugged up. In our location, heavy late-fall rains and winter snowmelt can saturate our compost. For that reason we cover the pile with a composting fabric from November to March.
  7. Composting dead livestock: A new solution to an old problem pile and permits escape of gases like ammonia that inhibit microbial activity. promote decay. As an added benefit, exposure to high temperatures helps to kill disease-causing microorganisms, improving the safety of the finished compost.
  8. Apr 10,  · Discarded food atop a compost pile at an organic farm. Photograph by Hannele Lahti, National Geographic. People have been using manure as fertilizer for millennia. But scientists now believe they can turn human urine into liquid gold—as composting material. The premise is simple: Pee is rich in nitrogen, which plants desperately need.
  9. Feb 23,  · A guide to safely and efficiently compost routine large animal mortalities such as cattle or horses in British Columbia. Learn more about farm animal disposa.
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