Aerobic Composting

Aerobic composting uses oxygen to fuel the reactions of chemicals and microbes in the organic material. It is also known as ‘hot composting’, as heat is a byproduct of the decomposition process. Heat shows that there is a lot of activity and that the microbes are working and reproducing rapidly.

We have a few aerobic ways of processing organic materials into good stuff. You can find them through these links –

Chop and Drop

Compost teas

Compost Tea Activator

Comfrey Tea Maker

Microbes

Worms

There are ways to compost without oxygen, these are known as anaerobic (without oxygen). We use the Bokashi method of anaerobic composting because its easy, effective and clean.