Best Garden Composters Review

Composting is important if you want to grow healthy plants. In addition, composting is a very earth-friendly way of caring for your garden. Composting is not really complicated. All you have to do is take organic waste from your house and garden and put it back into the earth. Eventually, the waste will decay and become part of the soil, making it richer and better fit for growing different kinds of plants.

Technically, any organic matter can become compost, but the best ones to use are those that can decay quickly and become fertilizer faster. Some of the usual compost materials used by gardeners are dry leaves and cut grass from the garden, manure, fruit peelings, and vegetable cuttings.

You can begin by filling a composter with organic waste and then cover it loosely with soil. The idea is to create a environment that is conducive for bacterial and fungal growth because these organisms are what will cause the organic waste to break down. Over time, the organic matter will decay and turn into a blackish, crumbly material with an earthy but not unpleasant odor, which is exactly what you want your compost to look like.

If you want to speed up the decomposition process, try combining greens with dry leaves and adding a layer of garden soil in between every few inches of other organic matter. Also, make sure that there is room for air to circulate and that the area is always kept slightly moist or humid.

Once your compost fertilizer is ready, all you have to do is mix it in with the garden soil and see what happens. With all the nutrients contained in your new environment-friendly fertilizer, your plants will grow healthier and bigger than ever.

Top Pick

Yimby Tumbler Composter

Yimby Tumbler Composter, Color Black
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Now you can avoid digging and mixing your compost by hand. With a tumbling composter you will be able to mix your materials every easily.

All you have to do is add kitchen and garden waste, close the door and turn the composter five to six times every two to three days.

With the right conditions, your compost can be ready in as little as two weeks.

The two sides on this composter allow one side to be finished while the other side you can add new waste.

Once one side is complete you can start all over again.

This way you will have an uninterrupted flow of new, fresh compost.


Top Low Price Alternative

Miracle Gro Single Chamber Tumbling Composter

This composter has a large, 27 gallon chamber making it more convenient to make compost.

It uses side locking mechanisms to make it easier to add and remove the material.

The mixing bars help to speed up the decomposition process and the high strength polymer resin legs give it strength and stability.

This composter is the perfect size for a small garden or someone who is not going to be making a lot of compost.

The composter will take a little time to put together, but once you figure out how the snaps work it will come together fairly quickly.

The heavy duty constructions means it can stand weather in all seasons and will last for many years. As well it is uses UV protected material.


Composting Tumbler: Envirocycle Composting Tumbler Bin and Compost Tea Maker

This composter may be the most expensive of the three, but according to buyers, it is well built so it will make compost for many years.

This compost tumbler is called the most beautiful composter in the world and will make a perfect addition to your garden.

The design makes for easy turning.

Made of food safe, BPA, rust free and UV and antioxidant protected materials.

The good news is that there is no assembly required.

There is a door on the bin for adding and removing material. You just need to roll the bin close to the area where you want to use the compost.

The composter combines a tumbler drum along with a compost tea maker in the base.

This liquid is called compost tea, is a precious liquid fertilizer. Your plants will love it!

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