YOLO Compost Tumblers do not need much maintenance but to get longevity from this long-lasting, robust product, there are a few things that you can do.
If you are going away, add more dry ‘brown’, carbon-rich materials and tumble. Make use of the leaves littering your lawn. You can easily leave your YOLO for a week or more without worry. When you get back, tumble more
My veggie seedlings sleep in my YOLO Compost Tumbler at night to benefit from the warm, moist and humid environment. These broadbean seedlings are 2.5 weeks since planting. Nights are getting much colder as winter sets in. I’ve found that
Compost tumbling is, like hot bins, heaps, stacks and cages, a natural composting process. What makes compost tumbling effective is that the tumbling mixes and aerates the contents – this is why the composting process is faster than the others.
The recent summer rains have been a treat! Remember that the lid of your YOLO is like a roof. When you’re done tumbling, finish with the lid at the top. This way, if it rains, water will run off the
Braam received his YOLO Compost Tumbler at the end of August and he is eagerly looking forward to his first batch of compost. “We are very happy with our YOLOs. Our first batch of compost is about to reach
We are again exhibiting our YOLO Compost Tumblers at Decorex SA, which takes place at Gallagher Convention Centre from 8-12 August 2018.
After a high composting output this past summer, I feel like I’ve been hibernating through winter. Without grass cuttings, my volume of ‘green’ material has seemed dismal. I have supplemented my kitchen waste with that from my neighbour.
This past summer I enjoyed an incredible rate of composting in my large YOLO Compost Tumbler. I would add undecomposed material from the top of my old compost heap to fresh grass cuttings and the dry, shredded leaves that I
We sent off some YOLO Compost Tumblers to Compost Matters in Australia a few months ago. Shortly after they landed, our tumblers made an appearance at a community composting event.