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Bosmere K771 Country Wood Compost Bin, 9 Cubic Feet
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- Country wood compost bin
- Made from pressure treated wood
- Easy to assemble and is a good size for an average size garden
- A shovel size slot at the base for easy removal of composted material
- Measures 24-inch length by 24-inch width by 29-inch height
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The wooden compost bin is the traditional way to make garden compost and has been used in various guises by generations of gardeners. Compost bin is made from pressure treated wood, is easy to assemble and is a good size for an average size garden. It also features a shovel size slot at the base for easy removal of composted material. The bin is also easy to dismantle for moving or storage. Capacity is 9-cubic feet. Measures 24-inch length by 24-inch width by 29-inch height.
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We have also used a black plastic composter (unfortunately we lost it in a few years ago in a move), which had advantages: it had a lid to keep out pests, and allowed the sun to help heat up the compost (and thus compost faster). They are also usually larger as well. Some cities give plastic compost bins away, and if you can get a free one it would be preferable. However, this is a nice cheap alternative if you aren't ready to build your own, and you don't want to spend $150 or more.
UPDATE on August 2013: I noticed that I bought this composter in 2009, almost exactly 4 years ago(to the day). So, how has it held up after four years? It definitely doesn't look as nice as it did when we first bought it! But we are still using it, and it still does the job. One additional benefit of this design we didn't know at first: we have found it much easier to turn the compost by simply taking it apart. You can either remove part of the top, to take the whole thing apart to stir the compost. One downside: a few of the planks have had the notch (not the entire plank, just the very edge) split over time. This hasn't affected the way it stacks, it just means it doesn't "lock." In all, four years on and still a good purchase.