[permaculture] Shit

Scott Vlaun scott at moosepondarts.com
Mon Jun 18 12:03:58 EDT 2007


My understanding is that once the pile cools, like it is now, that it  
is essentially in an anaerobic state. I could be mistaken on this  
point, but at any rate it is not currently generating any heat.  
According to Jenkins, (if my memory serves me), a cold humanure pile  
need two years to be safe to use.

Scott Vlaun
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On Jun 18, 2007, at 11:03 AM, Jennifer Nazak wrote:

> Anaerobic composting? How do you keep the air out? And
> why?
> The only humanure composting systems I've used rely on
> aerobic composting.
>> 1.7x1.7x1.5 meter bin, which is now in it's second
>> year of anearobic
>> composting.
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