Serious gardeners often make their own compost. While it’s easy to buy compost from the store, there’s something satisfying about making your own. It’s inexpensive and you know which mixture works best on your plants.
Twin Chambers: Designed with 2 chambers, the tumbling composter allows you to compost in batches; One side "cooks" while you add fresh organic material to the other, allowing for an efficient, uninterrupted flow of rich, healthy compost.
There are a lot of DIY compost bins projects that you can easily use. For example, there are those made from wooden pallets, cinder blocks, bricks, cardboard boxes, and straw bales. To add to this list, you can also use milk crates for composting.
If you’re an avid gardener and you already have milk crates at home, this project is for you. It’s an inexpensive project that you’ll surely appreciate. Plus, it’s easy to make, too. Gather up your tools and materials and start working!
- milk crates
- weed barrier fabric
- old drawer handles
- organic waste
- old mosquito net (optional)
- hand drill
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Watch this video to learn how to make a milk crate composter.