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OVF Composting Program924 viewsOcean View Farms has a comprehensive composting program which benefits the garden, the community and the environment (WRAP award winners for over a decade).
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Compost for your Garden786 viewsAnd there you have it. Compost - good for the environment, good for the community and, ultimately, good for your garden.
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Sifted Compost566 viewsRich sifted compost for your garden.
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Trash Can551 viewsAny trash or foreign objects found in the composted material should be placed in the trash can.
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Mighty Mac Shredder509 viewsMaintenance on the Mighty Mac.
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Mighty Mac Shredder492 viewsThe Mighty Mac shreds the raw stable waste to create Gourmet Compost.
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Toro Tractor459 viewsDumping stable waste onto the sorting table.
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Toro Tractor457 viewsStable waste is moved from the pits to the sorting table using a Toro tractor. That is steam rising from the material.
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Stable Waste Pits456 viewsAt the top of the garden are two large pits which contain stable waste (a mixture of horse manure, wood shavings, straw, etc.).
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Gourmet Compost - Tuesdays - 7:00 a.m.449 viewsVolunteers work every Tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m. in the upper composting area to create Gourmet Compost for the garden. All garden members are welcome to participate. This is the table on which the stable waste is sorted before being pushed into the shredder. The Gourmet Compost pit can be seen just beyond the table.
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Gourmet Compost443 viewsFinal product ready for use by gardeners.
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Compost Temperature437 viewsIt is important that the compost temperature heats up to between 140°-160° Fahrenheit in order to kill weed seeds and pathogenic organisms.
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