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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by JDUtah, Feb 3, 2009.
That rig is scary cheap.
you get what you give and all that..... funny most will start off there........
this guy uses the shovel method..............
Hahaha! Ummm... I don't think lawnsite will let me post it
BTW, to clarify, low cost = my screener budget is 600 bucks... but it must eliminate as much labor as possible.
$315-380 + shipping.
With my limited experience, I will not use half inch screen parent material (disease lurking crap). 1/4" to 1/8th yes I wood.
My efforts is to approach the entire landscape living root zone with the highest quality and highest value product for the entire community; go Rutuba Organics and go East-side Lake O, FLA community.
PS Or even twice screened 1/2", crap is crap
Tom, please don't forget that proper compost starts with the feed stock inputs and not the final screening process.screening out the DISEASE will not work only proper composting will eliminate or diminish the factors that cause pathogen spread
That was going to be my next P.S. sort of, thanks for the follow up because your statement is key.
THAT IS LOW TEC but hes doing it