News & Updates
Save Time and Effort with Ground Augers
Dec 22 2008
Looking for an easy way to turn your compost pile? Try using a ground auger system. Auger systems use sharpened, rotating augers that can dig, till, and aerate your soil and compost piles. Since these augers are made to fit in to your 3/8" or 1/2" electric drills, you can do all of your taxing chores with the push of a button.
"Rotline" Question of the Week: What Can I Compost from My Fridge or Freezer?
Dec 16 2008
Need to make space in your refrigerator or freezer for your holiday leftovers? There's no better way to get rid of old food than by composting it into soil-friendly humus. However, any responsible composter must know what is compost-appropriate and what is better off in the trash.
When It's Cold Outside...
Dec 8 2008
Everyone wants a nice, warm soup. And what makes a good soup? Adding plenty of herbs for an earthy taste and body. So where do we get herbs? From our garden, of course. But wait! It's winter, our herb garden can't survive the chilly nights of winter. So what do we do? Never fear, we can bring our herb garden inside. You don't...
Commercial Composting a Huge Success
Dec 5 2008
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="192" caption="Image Courtesy of ArlingtonTimes.com"][/caption] Businesses in Arlington, Washington are now able to save some money by sending their compostable organic material to a large-scale composting center.
"Rotline" Question of the Week: Why Does My Compost Pile Have Ants?
Dec 2 2008
Due to their large stock of delicious biodegradable organics, compost piles are a haven for hungry decomposer species. While we know that some insects, like the Green Fruit Beetle, frequent our piles and help with the turnover rate, how should we feel about the appearance of ants in our compost piles?