Good Ideas EZCJR-STA Compost Wizard Starter Kit

4 out of 5

$156.52

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The Garden Compost Occultist Beginner Package consists of every thing you require to aid you begin your personal nutrient-rich garden compost. Our garden compost plan consists of the ever before preferred Garden compost Occultist Jr., 1 home kitchen garden compost container, 2 garden compost thread blocks, and also 2 (16 ounces) Improved Garden compost Gas bags. Starting is actually…

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  1. I bought this compost starter set in August because I was tired of throwing away great organic material. We have 1/3 acre of yard and garden so there’s a lot of great material we could be composting. I wanted something enclosed so our dog wouldn’t get into it. After a bit of research, this compost Wizard seemed to fit the bill. When it arrived, it was super easy to get set up. I did take another reviewer’s advice and drill a couple holes in the base for water to drain through (we’re in the Pacific Northwest and get a lot of rain and snow). The composter started out on the side of our house where the sun hit it 5-6 hours/day but we moved it out to the center of the yard for winter so it would get all the sunshine that peeks out.I have not emptied the composter yet because I keep adding material into it every few days – even when the yard was covered in snow and the temps were around 5° f. Yard waste and kitchen scraps break down pretty quick and with little to no noxious odor. Rotating the composter can be a bit tough when it’s full but the handles help tremendously. I’m an out-of-shape 50-something year old woman and rotate the Wizard twice a week.If you’re thinking about giving composting a try, you can’t go wrong with this starter kit.

  2. I admit I was skeptical, but this really is as easy as everyone is describing. I’m big on recycling, and I’ve always hated waste from the kitchen going into the trash, but I didn’t want to mess with a compost pile in my small yard- between the critters and the work of turning it, it just didn’t seem like a way I wanted to allocate my precious lawn space, so a tumbler seemed like a good idea. I considered a partitioned tumbler, but decided it would be too small for the needs of my household, so I went with this one and I’m happy I did.This comes in one large box, and all you have to do is put the ‘drum’ inside the base. I took the advice of another reviewer and pre-drilled a drainage hole in the base to keep water from sitting there and becoming a breeding ground for mosquitoes- that would be a nice feature for the manufacturer to develop. The compost container for the kitchen is nice, large enough and well designed. The compost starter kits are good to have, and overall, I’m very pleased with this purchase- everything you need to get started composting.I will be buying a second one, since while one is loaded up and “cooking” you can continue to add green and brown material to the “active” composter in a rotation system.

  3. I bought this compost starter set in August because I was tired of throwing away great organic material. We have 1/3 acre of yard and garden so there’s a lot of great material we could be composting. I wanted something enclosed so our dog wouldn’t get into it. After a bit of research, this compost Wizard seemed to fit the bill. When it arrived, it was super easy to get set up. I did take another reviewer’s advice and drill a couple holes in the base for water to drain through (we’re in the Pacific Northwest and get a lot of rain and snow). The composter started out on the side of our house where the sun hit it 5-6 hours/day but we moved it out to the center of the yard for winter so it would get all the sunshine that peeks out.I have not emptied the composter yet because I keep adding material into it every few days – even when the yard was covered in snow and the temps were around 5° f. Yard waste and kitchen scraps break down pretty quick and with little to no noxious odor. Rotating the composter can be a bit tough when it’s full but the handles help tremendously. I’m an out-of-shape 50-something year old woman and rotate the Wizard twice a week.If you’re thinking about giving composting a try, you can’t go wrong with this starter kit.

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