Ever wish there was an easier way to dispose of your pet’s poop? How about the resurgence of an easy to make, fantastic addition to any urban garden, an in-ground pet waste composter? You can’t mix in food waste and you can’t have it compost near your vegetable path, but it is a guaranteed way to add additional nutrients to your flower garden.
It may be an old method, but enjoying renewed interest from urban gardeners. Forget the $100 plus price tag, you can be a do-it-yourselfer.
All you need is a plastic bucket, drill, rocks, a bit of septic activator and off you go. All the rage in British Columbia and catching on with eco-trenders
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