Mix It Up with a Compost Aerator
Creating a fabulous garden can require good quality compost and to make the very best you will need a compost aerator. There are some things that you should keep in mind to properly aerate your compost.
Limitations of a Bin Composting System
One of the problems with a bin composting system is the limited space for aeration. The outside compost pile is perfectly suited to manually aerating the material. Turning it over with a pitchfork will allow the composting process to proceed properly.
The problem, however, with a composting pile is that it can be unsightly and smelly. The composting bin is a good choice for keeping the material enclosed and eliminates the mess and smell of a traditional compost pile. However, you will need a good system for aerating the material to make the best use of the compost bin.
A compost tumbler is the best choice for the compost bin. This allows you to properly aerate the material and complete the composting process much faster. The tumbler will make the process much simpler and can speed up the process. In the end, you will have a good quality compost to produce the best results in your garden.