Josh Garbo wrote: I was curious if you could use a 55-gallon black plastic drum to hold the material (after first collecting it in a smaller bucket with a carbon cover material like wood-chips). I'm fairly sure a drum in the summer here could get up to the temperature needed to kill parasites (maybe i could put up some reflectix to reflect the sun back on to the drum like a mini solar cooker), as long as it was sealed.
snakes are really good at eating slugs. And you wouldn't think it, but so are tiny ads:
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