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 How much water do you put in an earthworm compost?

Answer Moisture needs to be at 60-85%. Compostable material shouldn't be soggy or sopping wet. A 21"x15"x16" container could hold a week's worth of newspapers and 3-5 lbs of kitchen scraps. It wouldn't ne... Read More »
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How much water do you put in the compost pile?

You need to put in just enough water so that the compost pile has the consistency of a wrung out sponge. The moisture level needs to favor the growth and working of beneficial, decomposer microorga... Read More »
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Does the amount of water affect compost piles?

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Can Water Runoff From Compost Harm Vegetable Plants?

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