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 Should you have maggots in your compost pile?

Answer Maggots are fine. They assist with breaking down the particles.
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How do you get rid of maggots in your compost bin?

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How to Compost Maggots?

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What is a compost pile used for?

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What can be put into a compost pile?

Pretty much anything from plants. You want a mix of greens stuff (grass, raw vegetables) and brown stuff (Dried grass, leaves, coffee grounds). You should avoid any animal products, particularly m... Read More »
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