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Compost for your GardenAnd there you have it. Compost - good for the environment, good for the community and, ultimately, good for your garden.
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Sifted CompostRich sifted compost for your garden.
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Trash CanAny trash or foreign objects found in the composted material should be placed in the trash can.
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Stick CanSticks and woody material should be placed in the Stick Can. They will be shredded for future use as compost.
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Sifting the CompostMaterial gets sifted to break down the clods. Trash and sticks are also removed and placed in the appropriate cans.
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Sifting ScreensSifting screens for placing on the wheelbarrows are also available.
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Sifting FrameA sifting frame can be used by gardeners to refine the composted material.
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Compost Ready for UseThe compost is available when the wall of the Ready bay has been removed.
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Ready SignThe Ready sign indicates which of the three bays is ready for use.
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Compost AvailableWhen the "No" is removed a Ready bay is open for business.
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Compost "Not Ready" SignThis sign means none of the Ready compost bays is open.
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Turning the MaterialIt takes three turns over several months before the material is finally ready. Hard work but very satisfying when finished.
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