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Compost Tumblers Available Now

compost tumbler

Everybody knows that organic composting is the best thing you can do for your garden… but why make it hard on yourself? With the Compost Tumbler from 4 Seasons Lawn Care, composting doesn’t have to be messy, backbreaking work ever again!

To load: place in the upright position. Open the lid. Insert biodegradable materials. Close lid.

To unload: Tilt into a wheelbarrow or directly into your garden. Open lid to dispel compost.

Our Compost Tumber makes compost faster than the traditional compost “pit” or heap. The enclosed design and black plastic creates higher temperatures to “bake” compost more quickly. Perforations help to oxygenate contents and ensure faster breakdown of organic matter. No need to turn over heavy piles of compost with a shovel! Simply rotate the compost tumber every other day or so to "cook" your compost inside.

Compost Tumber Specs:

Building a garden in the Hunterdon, Warren or Northampton County areas? Order your compost tumbler today!

Contact us for more information: 908 783 5733 or email mikehyde@4seasonslawns.com today!

 

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