With a powder-coated steel frame and reinforced mesh bottom, this rugged sifter quickly separates uncomposted material from finished "black gold". It's even tough enough to screen sticks and stones out of garden soil.
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By Global Garden
from Naples, Fl
Comments about : Steel Compost Sieve:
I use this sieve in my school garden program. We have two composers now. Every year I teach the students about the importance of recycling and composting. We have one composted that is several years old so we have some good compost ready to be used in our gardens. This compost sieve is easy for the students to use. I highly recommend it"
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Sturdy, well made
from Yorktown, VA
I bought this to replace a sieve I had made with 2x4's and hardware cloth. It is well made and much easier to use.
Oh, Yes! I love this thing!
By CVM Shepherd
from Bellingham WA
We recently moved. Our new yard has a lot of small rocks & gravel mixed in the soil, in several areas I would like to have as flowerbeds. This 14" diameter sieve is small enough that I can handle it easily, even when filled with the rocks & soil. The 1/4" holes in the metal grid seem to be about the right size for this project, straining out the larger bits & some weed roots, too.
Great sturdy product.
from Fort Collins Colorado
About Me Master Gardener
We are big composters and we use this sifter to separate compost from debris.
About Me Avid Gardener
Very solid, not flimsy at all.
My compost tends to have a lot of chunks that take a while, and this helps me obtain usable material by separating it from the slower-to-decompose items.
from Willis VA
About Me Getting Started
its the right size.
its large enough to get the job done but small enough to handle. I like it so well I bought 2 more
By Michele the gardener
from Dallas, Texas
if you want finer compost to add to flower beds or pots, use this sieve
Easy to handle
from Western Michigan
This quarter inch mesh is good if the compost is dry. The small 1/4 inch mesh will clog if the compost is wet. However, this is available in a larger mesh size.
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