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Discussion in 'Compost, Fertilisers & Recycling' started by clanless, Dec 3, 2017.

  1. clanless

    clanless Super Gardener

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    For some reason (too long?) the thread where I said I would post a piccy of my homemade composter has been shut down.

    I spent 2 hours making this - no tittering please - remember that it will be hidden away in a corner:

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    I've left it open so that it's easier to turn over the compost - and will be pinning some weed blanket to the inside to fill in the gaps.

    What do you think?
     
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    • ARMANDII

      ARMANDII ADMINISTRATOR Staff Member

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      Hi clanless, as far as I know Admin haven't shut down/closed your previous thread:dunno::scratch::doh::snorky:
      What was the title of the thread??
       
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      Oh, and well done with the Composter........I tittered not!!:heehee:

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        It was in the last what jobs thread, it had got too long.
        Nice one :thumbsup:
         
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        • pete

          pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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          Mmmm, pallets come to mind:biggrin:
           
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            Well, I am impressed. It looks just the job. Well done!
             
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              Found some scrap timber - this is it now - weed blanket installed :dbgrtmb:

              Cost to make £0 Sterling - beat that Scrungee :rasp:;):heehee:

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                Somebody in our village who's moving away shortly gave us dozens of pallets on condition we also took away £150's worth of cut/split logs.
                 
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