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DIY compost tumbler ..the guys at the Extension office made these for a test ..they bought used barrels from a surplus store , just be careful what was in the barrels prior to purchase ...made a support , I think theirs had rollers ... drilled holes for air and a door with a latch then filled them up with a mix of wet ,and dry, and turned away ..a bit more than that but it isn't hard...I think that I will make my door a bit larger than this ...just to make it easier ..and do not add meat…

DIY compost tumbler ..the guys at the Extension office made these for a test ..they bought used barrels from a surplus store , just be careful what was in the barrels prior to purchase ...made a support , I think theirs had rollers ... drilled holes for air and a door with a latch then filled them up with a mix of wet ,and dry, and turned away ..a bit more than that but it isn't hard...I think that I will make my door a bit larger than this ...just to make it easier ..and do not add meat…

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Irrigation spikes - attach these spikes to old soft drink bottles to create an efficient irrigation system for your garden! The slow-drip design delivers water deep into the soil, so your plants stay nourished while you save time watering.

Irrigation spikes - attach these spikes to old soft drink bottles to create an efficient irrigation system for your garden! The slow-drip design delivers water deep into the soil, so your plants stay nourished while you save time watering.

Wondering what to do with your plants when you have to leave town and need to keep them watered?    Why not try this Pop Bottle Drip Irrigation System.    Simply take a plastic bottle, poke small holes in the bottom, place it inside your planter next to the roots of your plants, and fill the bottle with water. Then screw on the lid of the bottle, and you'll have an automatic drip system for your plants while you're away.

Wondering what to do with your plants when you have to leave town and need to keep them watered? Why not try this Pop Bottle Drip Irrigation System. Simply take a plastic bottle, poke small holes in the bottom, place it inside your planter next to the roots of your plants, and fill the bottle with water. Then screw on the lid of the bottle, and you'll have an automatic drip system for your plants while you're away.