• Composting space equipment

    To transform the accumulated material into quality compost, a place is needed where this process will proceed. The size of the compost site depends on the area of ​​the site, the requirements for compost quantity and other objective and subjective factors. The compost location should be slightly shaded and protected from the wind. On a large plot it is advisable to connect the composting platform with a house and beds to the house to regularly take out the waste, and to the compost to deliver the compost to the wheelbarrow without getting soiled even in bad weather. Conversely, the site on which the compost is directly laid should have contact with the soil so that the soil microorganisms are not

    Composting area in the garden with three compost collars;on the south side are planted tall trees that hide the site and give a shade during the hot time of the day.

    Composting space equipment

    The compost site must be shaded and protected from wind, this is necessary in order to avoid, if possible, the severe effects of atmospheric phenomena: the drying windand the scorching sun. At the same time, a completely windless place for composting is also not suitable because of;ventilation ventilation of raw materials.

    The compost place must be extremely large, as the collection and pre-treatment of raw materials requires space. So, for example, grass, foliage,

    green garden waste must be dried before composting, for this they must be spread out in a thin layer in the sun. The compost area must be solid, the best of tiles or stone. This is very practical, since it greatly facilitates its cleaning. The presence of three compartments is optimal for working with raw materials and compost. If there is a lack of natural shadow behind the compost containers, you can plant a tree, a bush or just tall flowers that will give the necessary shadow and decorate the compost pad.

    . Possible forms of creating a compost heap.

    1. Formless compost pile.

    2. Compost pile in the form of a trapezoid with a recess-L4 on the top for watering the compost.

    3 - Compost pile with pyramid shape with a canopy, such composting facilities are usually used in large farms with sufficient mechanization level.

    Composting equipment for round logs.

    Composting unit made of bricks

    Compost building made of boards, recycled material

    can be usedThe

    thermocomposer is detached from the habitat and has always had the opportunity to return there. There are many options for storing compost, starting from a simple compost pile and ending with ready-made factory thermocomposters, you can also build a compost pile of wood or brick of any convenient size and configuration. Traditionally, the storage for compost is made of round logs stacked on each other with a gap, or a bar. The upper logs are not fixed, and they can be removed easily with stirring or compost digging. The gaps between the logs serve to compost ventilation. For better preservation of the tree and to prevent decay, it is recommended to treat it with a non-toxic wood preservative. In any case, it is desirable that the compost space has three separate compartments or sections: one for collection and accumulation of kitchen and garden waste, the second for compost in the preparation stage, the third for ready compost that can be selected and applied for garden crops.