Re: [gardeners] Re: typhoon in the garden (
Tue, 23 Jul 2002 08:14:36 -0400

what are you using for the new   we have one to do in the kitchen.  We have 
about 3/8 inch to bring it level with the rest of the 1st floor.  Lucinda

> OOps, forgot to say you could use shredded newsprint, dead leaves, dry
> grass, etc to bring the brown component up. Forget the nitrogen
> fertilizer you've probably already got lots of nitrogen in the green
> stuff. 
> Been a long day, short breaks interspersed with working on removing
> three floors in the family room and doing some minor cabinetry work in
> the kitchen.
> George
> Ron Hay wrote:
> > 
> > Hi, George,
> > 
> > It is not smelly at all. It merely attracts insects which lay their
> > eggs in it. It is, in truth, more vermicultured than composted,
> > since we seriously lack anything brown to put into it, as just about
> > everything at our house is ever green, and I do not mean conifers.
> > Any suggestions?
> > 
> > Ron