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#1 posted 04-11-2007 05:26 AM

Need a good mix of “green” (grass clippings, veggies and other non-animal foods) and “brown” ingredients (earth and I”m not sure what else…. I tend to lack on the “brown” side.

If things start to smell, it’s too wet, needs more dirt and help breathing.

If you’re composting for a veggie garden be extra careful with what you compost, don’t want to be eating any nasty stuff.

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