Transform kitchen scraps and yard trimmings into nutrient-rich compost for your gardens. Batch composting is the fastest and most efficient way to produce high quality compost. Fill one side of this bin with kitchen scraps and yard waste, then stop adding materials to that side and let it "cook." In the meantime, add new scraps to the other side. Turn the tumbler every few days to break up the materials and speed up the decomposition process. When the first batch of compost is finished, remove it and then repeat the process, letting the other side cook. Reversible door flips over to keep track of batch stages. Vent adjusts for proper air flow. Sturdy tubular frame. Large openings for easy access to chambers. Rodent-proof design. Holds a total of 5 cubic feet.
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
great tumbler for small yards!
from chicago, IL
Comments about : Tumbling Composter:
while a bit of a bear to put together, we LOVE this tumbling composter. effective, occupies small space in a city yard, makes great compost. a bit pricy though, which discouraged my neighbors from investing in their own.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By skunkless composter
from Upper Valley NH
We are able now to compost without concerns about attracting critters.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
What to do with leftovers.
from Fredericksburg TX
Love this! A little small for large composting, but perfect for table scraps.
I would buy this product again
By The Sweet Potato
from Bloomfield, NM
We use this product to make compost for our vegetable garden and planters around the yard. It was easy to assemble, makes compost in a reasonable period of time, is easy to move around the yard, and is easy to operate.
I've never composted before, but this item is great for a st
from Oceanside, CA
I'm starting a new adventure, composting.
from Clarksville, GA
I found out after the initial assembly that the tumbler didn't fit the frame. After reading the instructions (I'm a man) I found my mistake. The unit then went together just fine.This is my 2nd season using it and have found the product to work well. As far as emptying it in the late fall, I place a tarp on the ground and pull the composter over the center. I remove the door and rotate the composter allowing the contents to fall onto the tarp. I spread the compost out to aid in drying before storing. I wash out the tumbler and let it dry before putting it away for the winter.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
So far so good.
from Toledo, OH
Composter was easy to set up. I am an older female with arthritis but I had no difficulty. Just got the first batch started and it seems to be working just fine.....since the temperature is dropping I understand that it takes a little longer. Have always had a compost pile on the ground so this is a new experience for me.
from Springfield, IL
Easy to assemble, just the right size for an urban gardener with a small space.
Easy to use
from Burlington, VT
Pretty easy to use and though we have only been using it a few weeks it seems to be in full gear. Hopefully, this will turn into a great addition for our garden next year.
By LG the cottage composter
from Barnstead NH
I have only had this product for a month so I cannot honestly rate the end product...mulch. I can tell you it is made well. It did take 2 people to assemble. We were 90% assembled when we realized that 2 panels in particular had to be used for the door to fit properly. after we disassembled and started over it was a breeze!
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