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Tag: Yes in My Backyard

Meat and dairy … in or out?

I’m sure you have come across the claim that you can’t or shouldn’t compost meat scraps and dairy products. Given how often...

You can’t compost that…can you?

Have you been told that you can’t, or shouldn’t, compost a particular thing? Perhaps it is onion skins...

Cellulose, chitin or lignin?

The bodies of all living things, from the largest trees to the smallest microorganisms are mostly made of carbon, organised in microscopic...

How to use your ‘mind blender’

We have talked before about the importance of getting the moisture content of our compost piles right. Our favourite image for the...

The leaves are falling

“Did you see the wind today, blow the autumn leaves away? From on high they fluttered down, some were red and some...

Compost in our autumn garden

Autumn in central Victoria is pretty spectacular. As the rains bring a flush of green and the nights cool, our summer plantings,...

The Compost Conversation – Flat out for great compost

Note: We have decided to leave our article on making biochar until after the fire season is passed. There...

The Compost Conversation – Biocharging your compost

There is lots of interest, quite a bit of hype and some pretty optimistic hope pinned on biochar...

The Compost Conversation – Straightening the hay from the straw

There is a bit of confusion out there between ‘straw’ and ‘hay’. You hear them used interchangeably but they are quite different...

Reflections of a composter

In this week's Compost Conversation, the team from YIMBY (Yes In My Back Yard) bid farewell to their very first YIMBY composter....

The Compost Conversation – with Joel Meadows

The big chop It’s important to chop our compost ingredients fine enough so that they have the right consistency...

The Compost Conversation – Nutrient cycling: everyone’s doing it!

For the past couple of weeks we have celebrated the impressive skills of the bacteria and fungi in our compost piles. We...

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