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Monday, November 29th, 2021
fruit and vegetable waste for composting
The optimal temperature for compost to process the right way is around 160F°. But, temps can vary depending on internal and external conditions. For composting to work, piles will need to reach a high...

Monday, September 20th, 2021
Scarab compost turner about to turn a compost windrow
The composting industry isn’t known for being fun. Compost is an item that isn’t pretty to make but has wonderful benefits for individuals and businesses alike. Here are some fun and odd facts about...

Monday, August 16th, 2021
pile of food for composting
No matter what type of composter you are, it is important to know what can be mixed into your product. This includes the types of foods that can be used as feedstock. For commercial...

Monday, July 26th, 2021
white question mark on blue background
While it’s true that some herbicides, insecticides, fungicides can break down during the composting process, there are many that cannot. It is important to know which types of pesticides DO NOT break down in...

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021
a white scarab compost turner on green grass
Large construction/farming equipment is known to last a long time, and compost turners are no different. These machines are typically durable and reliable. This means that if you are in the market for one,...

Friday, April 30th, 2021
composting and compost turner tips
Composting may SEEM boring, even to those in the industry, but we think it’s actually interesting! There’s a lot to learn about the industry itself, methods used, food waste (and how to solve the...

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021
composting with compost turners in any season
Those in the composting industry are familiar with questions about mixtures, tools, equipment, processes, and more. But, there are some interesting questions that some may have that don’t often get answered. Here are seven...

Friday, January 29th, 2021
corn field and blue sky
Composting can be used for a variety of purposes, especially in the agriculture industry. Professionals can use compost as a seed starter, soil amendment, natural fertilizer, mulch, or container mix ingredient. Here are some...