Long gone are the days of turning over compost heaps by hand, and to be honest I for one will not be missing this gardening activity. People say that progress is not always a good thing and in some instances they are probably right. As far as are concerned then I think this is progress that is good.
There is so much plastic produced in the world, and there is so much of it that is thrown away that it makes perfect sense to recycle this back into something useful. What could be more useful than composting systems, in effect you are recycling twice as you are recycling something that will then go on to recycle something else.
It is now possible to buy relatively cheap compost tumblers, so this has got to be good, if every body had a composting system of some sort then a lot of old plastic would get recycled, and there would be a lot less organic waste going to land fill. Personally I think that sounds like a win win situation to me.
When I was looking at some compost reviews recently, I was amazed at the amount of variations that can be had with composting systems. You can spend quite a bit of money on a top of the range compost system if you wish, but you can also buy reasonably priced systems as well. Obviously we all have different requirements from our composting systems after all, we all have different sized gardens, and we also have varying amounts of kitchen and garden waste that needs to be composted.
Whatever system you require you can get independent reviews by looking at these sites, you can also find out about the benefits of compost tea. This is a nutrition rich liquid that is drained from the compost as it breaks down, collected at the base of some composters, then delivered to you through a spigot at the base.