1. Just starting out in the composting world? You'd better make sure you've got the right compost equipment. Items like compost aerators, accelerators, filters, and even compost worms, will help you create compost easily and successfully. Not sure how to wrangle in the worms? That's ok. We've got composting books that'll get you through the first slippery steps.
2. Homemade compost is more than free: you are fertilizing your planters and raised garden beds with what would otherwise be hauled off as garbage in a stinky diesel truck. What you end up is the healthiest, nutrient-rich substance to spread around your garden. And all it took was a composter, and maybe a few accessories like a compost thermometer, and compost accelerators.
3. Harvesting black gold from your compost bin is a breeze with the right composting equipment like a wagon or wheelbarrow. Let the wheels carry the load and save your back. You may also want to consider purchasing some planters in which to plant your perennials that will thrive thanks to your beautiful compost.
4. The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out: they speed up composting, there's no doubt. Worms are natural composting equipment, enriching your stash by breaking down solids. You can skip trips to the bait store too. Order your composting worms right here along with your worm composting bin and you'll be all set. Now, all you'll need is some organic table scraps to feed the little guys.
5. Ever hear of compost tea? This super healthy concoction helps nutrients get way down to the roots of your garden. It's good for your lawn, your garden, and everywhere in between. Professional landscapers use compost tea to create beautiful, thick, green lawns their clients go nuts over. You can create this same powerful stuff at home with a compost tea brewer and some basic compost tea supplies.
6. Didn't you used to be a kid? Playing in the dirt is fun, and therapeutic. Save the money you'd use on therapy and buy compost equipment instead. Don't forget some of the most helpful composting supplies like a compost thermometer and compost starter.
7. A compost pail is one of the handiest items of composting equipment you can own. Save yourself constant trips outside to the big composter and just toss it into a compost pail. Most of these mini kitchen compost bins have a decorator's touch and blend seamlessly into your kitchen's decor. After a few days, you can take one trip out to empty it into the bigger compost bin.
8. An inexpensive compost aerator makes turning dirt in a stationary composting bin much easier. It mixes up the lower, compacted layers and gives your partner microorganisms room to work. Well-aerated compost is key to composting success so our compost aerators are a must-have.
Find more information in our Composting Equipment Helpful Information section!