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Re: CG composting


I supervise a community garden in Southfield Michigan-I find that a layer of
dirt and layers of "organics"-another layer of dirt, etc., holds in the water
and provides composting organisms as well.  I think that such a practice
would help solve your problem.  We have big bins for the compost and are
considering smaller ones because pests have the habits of finding the nice
warm and safe places as havens. Namely the voles and mice. unless it is
frequently turned.

E. L. Morehouse

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