[Lab] [hacklab-discussion] urban composting

Mike Rowse mike at mcmastermm.ca
Thu Nov 25 10:49:44 EST 2010

Hi Darcy,

My partner who is studying urban agriculture and food systems says that 
to keep it composting during the winter usually requires a rather large 
container (roughly 4x4 to ensure that it does), which is many cases is 
larger than a balcony can hold. She says the best bet in your situation 
is probably vermi-composting. Suggestion to get started is Cathy's 
Crawly composters. We have one in our appartment and it never smells; it 
is also strangely enjoyable to keep them. :-)


On 25/11/10 10:26 AM, Darcy Whyte wrote:
> Anybody here ever try balcony composting? What about indoor?
> Can balcony composting work in this climate?
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